RT and S/MIME

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Hello,

is anyone out there successfully uses RT together with S/MIME?

I’m aware of RT::Crypt::SMIME, is anybody using that, or found another
solution? (we’re using RT 4.0.5 and the current version of RTIR).

Thanks for any hint!

Cheers,
Marco
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is anyone out there successfully uses RT together with S/MIME?

I’m aware of RT::Crypt::SMIME, is anybody using that, or found another
solution? (we’re using RT 4.0.5 and the current version of RTIR).

There’s a 4.2 branch for smime support (4.2/smime-v2) which we’re
currently testing a 4.0 extension of. I’m hopeful the 4.0 version
will see a public release at some point before becoming a core feature
in 4.2

-kevin

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Thanks for the info, looking forward to it.

Will S/MIME coexist with PGP, or is it an either/or?

Cheers,
MarcoOn 08/05/12 16:52, Kevin Falcone wrote:

On Tue, May 08, 2012 at 11:18:55AM +0200, Marco Thorbruegge wrote:

is anyone out there successfully uses RT together with S/MIME?

I’m aware of RT::Crypt::SMIME, is anybody using that, or found
another solution? (we’re using RT 4.0.5 and the current version
of RTIR).

There’s a 4.2 branch for smime support (4.2/smime-v2) which we’re
currently testing a 4.0 extension of. I’m hopeful the 4.0 version
will see a public release at some point before becoming a core
feature in 4.2

-kevin
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is anyone out there successfully uses RT together with S/MIME?

I’m aware of RT::Crypt::SMIME, is anybody using that, or found another
solution? (we’re using RT 4.0.5 and the current version of RTIR).

RT::Crypt::SMIME is old and works with 3.6 and may be 3.8, but never
was tested with 4.0.x. I know that customer we wrote it for uses it in
production. There is another implementation in our repository that
brings SMIME support close to level of GPG support.

Thanks for any hint!

Best regards, Ruslan.

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Thanks for the info, looking forward to it.

Will S/MIME coexist with PGP, or is it an either/or?

Currently either for inbound and pick one for outbound. No code to
pick protocol for outgoing emails depending on what we have in
keyrings.

Cheers,
Marco

Best regards, Ruslan.