|Email Plug-in (Reporting):||188.8.131.52|
|Email Plug-in (Encryption):||184.108.40.206|
Does anyone know if an external user who is not connected to an IronPort appliance can compose an encrypted email without disclosing the email body to CRES service?
The use case is as follows:
In the above scenario, the message body of the message sent by External User is visible to CRES service (because it is composed at the service). Is there a configuration in which External User could send a secure message and encrypt the message on his desktop, for example:
Thanks for any help.
If the direction is to allow external users to encrypt via their desktop (using the plugin), does it mean in future the EXTERNAL mobile users (using BCE native mobile app) would also be able to send encrypted messages? As I understand it, today BCE only allows external users to receive encrypted email on their mobile device but they need to compose email via CRES portal.
The direction will be to allow for secure reply to an email in the BCE app and in the Outlook plug-in, but also to allow the administrator to control those for Cisco Email Security customers who may not want encrypted emails inside their environment.
The 7.3 version of the plug-in will be provisioned in a similar method as the BCE application. As a CRES admin for your own email domain, you will be able to send a provisioning emial to an external mobile user if you wish to give them the ability to do a secure compose or secure reply.