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PGP Support Package for Blackberry - You do not have a PGP key...

Created: 14 Jan 2013 | 2 comments

Hi,

We are using/evaluating PGP Universal + BES 5 + PGP Support Package

I want to send encrypted emails to a recipient from a PGP Universal organisation other than mine but I just keep getting this message when I send him emails.

            You do not have a PGP key for the following recipient: user@domain.com

            With the following options:   Do not send - Remove from message - Send to server

Both of us do not have any problem to send/receive encrypted emails to recipients in our own a PGP Universal organisation.

I was on the impression that public keys were fetching automatically at mail send.

Is pushing our public keys to a public key server as keyserver.pgp.com our only option?

Someone has any suggestions on how to do this (any good reading on that topic)?

Thanks,

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Alex_CST's picture

Are both public keys being published to keyserver.pgp.com?  Are keys.yourdomain.com and keys.theirdomain.com internet facing?

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MSOIT's picture

Hi Alex,

No there were not published to keyserver.pgp.com, that is something we do not wish to.

The keys.OurDomain.com and keys.TheirDomain.com are internet facing (can be resolved by DNS too)

TheirDomain.com can send receive encrypted mails to other PGP Universal server without problems. They canot send/receive encrypted mail to/from OurDomain.com tough...

keys.OurDomain.com has only a self-signed certificate can this be a problem?

Thanks for you help,

Ron