I'm reading thru the IronPort Email Config Guide for Email encryption. I have noticed up to three different ways of requesting certain encryption parameters. I'd like to make sure I understand the order of precedence for these different methods, when multiple options are encountered for a given message.
For example, to configure Read Receipts on an outbound secure message:
a) I can configure Read Receipt in the Encryption Profile
b) I can configure a Content Filter to add an encryption header "X-PostX-Send-Return-Receipt" to the message
c) At the time of sending the message, from BCE app, I can select Read Receipt (or for certain attribuutes, I can use the CRES admin console and ask for the actions such as message expiration, etc)
So given the above methods for requesting a certain action, my understanding is that the order of precedence is:
c -> b -> a
That is, (c) overrides (b); and (b) overrides (a).
Is the above correct?
And as for (c), is it also correct to expect that the upcoming Outlook plugin release 7.3 will enable a desktop user to set the same flags on an outbound message as supported today in BCE app (such as requesting ReadReceipt, etc.)?
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