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Recently, I have discovered that all emails sent from any client domain on my reseller company is not encrypted.

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This was an email sent from WordPress, I have also tried sending mail from RoundCube and I get the same result, not encrypted.

I hope that you can resolve this issue, in the interest of client security.

Thank you

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4 hours ago, Ulti said:

Recently, I have discovered that all emails sent from any client domain on my reseller company is not encrypted.

IMG_3666.thumb.PNG.c4f9486808cce3a97be7dbb14126957e.PNG

 

This was an email sent from WordPress, I have also tried sending mail from RoundCube and I get the same result, not encrypted.

I hope that you can resolve this issue, in the interest of client security.

Thank you

There might be a way to solve this issue. I am still experimenting with it, when i get to a conclusion, i will make a post ( if it works ).

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On 5/23/2017 at 8:21 AM, Ulti said:

Recently, I have discovered that all emails sent from any client domain on my reseller company is not encrypted.

IMG_3666.thumb.PNG.c4f9486808cce3a97be7dbb14126957e.PNG

 

This was an email sent from WordPress, I have also tried sending mail from RoundCube and I get the same result, not encrypted.

I hope that you can resolve this issue, in the interest of client security.

Thank you

I recommend you to use sendgrid as it is free and it will provide you encrypted emails.

On 5/23/2017 at 0:38 PM, mike said:

There might be a way to solve this issue. I am still experimenting with it, when i get to a conclusion, i will make a post ( if it works ).

Simple way of securing email sending is using SSL/TLS for email's

 

10 minutes ago, PCTipsGR said:

I am bringing this topic back to Admins and everyone attention.

I would love it if emails send from Roundube or WordPress or any other service would be encrypted.

Right now, they end up in spam folder of clients.

 

Again i will recommend SendGrid :D

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32 minutes ago, PCTipsGR said:

I am bringing this topic back to Admins and everyone attention.

I would love it if emails send from Roundube or WordPress or any other service would be encrypted.

Right now, they end up in spam folder of clients.

 

You could modify this script to fit your needs. ( Click Here )

 

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