RE: Mail Encryption outside the Domain Paul K Smerdon 19.May.03 10:20 AM a Web browser Domino Administrator -- Messaging Panel 4.6.1bWindows 95/98
it can work but the other domains need to have access to the public key of the recipient(s) in your domain. And vice versa if you intend to reply back with an encrypted message. It gets a bit hairy but it is possible. I don't believe that a mail-in database can have a public key assigned to it though so you would need to setup a person doc for it so you get a public key that can be sent provoded to the other domain. then you will need a Notes ID that goes along with it so you can use it to decrypt the message on your end. I haven't done this before but this is how I understand it to work. Keep in mind this is native Notes encryption we are talking about. You may be able to do something with PGP or the like.