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How can I automatically encrypt all outgoing E mail?
My scenario:
I use XXXX@gmail.com as my relay for all Emails my OpenSMTPD Server forwards All Emails to me as well as all Emails from somewhere to my OpenSMTPD Server. Nothing is stored on the Server. So I would like to encrypt all Emails before forwarding to my XXXX@gmail.com relay

  • I think to you need to such as email-rewriting in postfix and manipulating it. Or use Sieve. However I found Add-on in opensmtpd. – PersianGulf Jan 19 '16 at 8:18
  • Please update your post and explain more.... – PersianGulf Jan 19 '16 at 8:20
  • I use XXXX@gmail.com as my relay for all Emails my OpenSMTPD Server forwards all Emails to me as well as all Emails from somewhere to my OpenSMTPD Server. Nothing is stored on the Server. So i would like to encrypt all Emails before forwarding to my XXXX@gmail.com relay. – Vim Jan 19 '16 at 9:18
  • I update for you. – PersianGulf Jan 19 '16 at 9:36
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    I have discovered today. ciphermail.com/documents/quick-install-guide.pdf – Vim Jan 21 '16 at 0:13
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I know that this is an old question but the following might be helpful to others.

I just got to know that zeyple does exactly what you are looking for. I never used it but I see that it has some credit. It's worth to try it.

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