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What are the requirements for digitally signing and encrypting an email?

First import and configure your S/MIME Certificate in your system or mail client.

To send a digitally signed email, the recipient does not need to have an S/MIME Certificate. Your digital signature will automatically be validated.

Email encryption is only possible if both sender and recipient have a valid S/MIME certificate and the public keys have been exchanged in advance.
To exchange the public keys, simply exchange a digitally signed email with the recipient.

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Updated on: 31/10/2023

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