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    [B][I][CENTER]One of the interesting pieces of functionality that I think Zimbra is missing is support for verified and secure communication.

    In particular there is very similar functionality needed for bugs: 9046 - S/MIME Support, 6158 - PGP Support, and 13108-Domain Key Supports and finally 17147 - OpenID. These bugs all revolve around identification/verification (in other words, signing and validation) and encryption/decryption.

    To solve all of these I have been working on "Encryption Services for Zimbra." In the best Zimbra fashion, the toolkit consists of a bit of open source magic (In particular the Bouncy Castle providers, the Cryptix libraries, and altermime) , some server glue (two server extensions to provide key server functionality) , and some javascript to allow users to encrypt/decrypt/sign/validate messages and files.

    The basic idea is that we want to allow the user to securely send email without compromising keys,

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    Key creation/deletion with passphrase and arbitrary key length.
    Key stores in armored ASCII and PKR/SKR work.
    Key's can be signed to validate identity
    RSA and El GAmel keys work.
    Message encryption/decryption in armored ASCII works.
    Binary encryption/decryption works.
    There is a pretty good JUNIT testing framework for all of this.
    Flatfile keystores work fine.
    Key's can be imported from other keyservers.

    download https://www.firedrive.com/file/4CDEF8FFCC696196

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    Quote Originally Posted by S3c View Post
    [B][I][CENTER]One of the interesting pieces of functionality that I think Zimbra is missing is support for verified and secure communication.
    Zimbra supports S/MIME since 8.x as far as I know. Been using it for a while, in fact, works well (even integrated with Outlook's S/MIME features).

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