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Disallowing encrypted emails in Domino 8.0.2.

Posted on 2009-04-09
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Lately we have been receiving lots of spam, The settings on our Firewall are good. We contated our Firewall manufaturer and he suggested that the spam that comes is are encryted. This should probably be an easy answer. How do I verify in Domino 8.0.2. if Encryted emails are allowed ? And is it recommended to have this enabled ?

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Do you see the e-mails contents?
If yes then they are not encrypted, the manufacturer is making an excuse for his poor recognition algorithm :)
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Ok, I will challenge the manufaturer again and see what he says.
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