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Encrypting java mails - To be read only using Lotus Notes Client

 
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Hi ,
I would like to encrypt mails which are confidential that are being sent out by my java application using javamail.
We use Lotus Notes for mailing in our company.
These mails should be read only a Lotus Notes Client.
Else if its not encrypted, it can be read using iNotes.
Does anyone know how to do this?
Thanks in Advance.
Benny
 
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Hi Benny,
I think there is no standard compliant solution for it. Encryption always depends on credentials and algorithms. It should never depend on a client only.
Regards,
Torsten
 
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Benny,
You can use the Notes API getEncryptionKeys:
public java.util.Vector getEncryptionKeys()
throws NotesException
I hope this helps.
 
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