Donnerstag, 14. Juni 2012 11:48Hi there,
our bank want to encrypt all email traffic between them and us.
So I setup mutual TLS on our Exchange 2007 Server. Unfortunately it does not work since the bank does not have a valid certificate. So I want to use the "normal" TLS, not the mutual TLS. As I understand the differences between them are, that I do not need certificates. So the partner cannot be verified, but the email is encrypted anyway.
By default, exchange seems to encrypt the mail if possible. I see this at the mailheader.
But how can I force to encrypt the mail ? So if encryption fails, the mail is not beeing delivered ?
Thank You, Andy.
Freitag, 15. Juni 2012 06:29Moderator
What email do you want to encrypt? The email sent from Bank or from your Exchange 2007 server?
If you only encrypt the email sent from your Exchange 2007 server, the bank might still need a certificate to unencrypt it.
Regarding the SMTP encrypt of Exchange server, there might be a misunderstanding because it is used between Exchange server and clients like Outlook.
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Dienstag, 26. Juni 2012 07:05Moderator