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Certified mail

Post by gigit » 17 Oct 2018, 09:18

Hi to all.
Does anybody know how to send Certified E-Mails via SMTP? It is needed to send electronic invoices to customers.
Some DLL's, some command line software?
Many thanks.

memic
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Re: Certified mail

Post by memic » 17 Oct 2018, 10:07

Hi,

you can send with SMTP as you normally would. Get the SMTP credentials and server, port ecc. from your PEC provider. You can then use the SalMail Class.

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Re: Certified mail

Post by gigit » 17 Oct 2018, 13:37

Thank you Memic. I wil try this way.

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Re: Certified mail

Post by andreadpt92 » 19 Oct 2018, 12:55

Hi,

I have some problems, SalMail Whit SSL doesn't work.

How create ca file?

Thanks
Andrea

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Re: Certified mail

Post by EwaldP » 23 Oct 2018, 14:16

As far as I can remember that there is a documentation for creating a ca file in the webservice documentations ( I think client side) in your TD books directory.
Ewald P. Palmetshofer
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Re: Certified mail

Post by andreadpt92 » 25 Oct 2018, 16:03

Hello,

if I did not read the documentation, it does not mention the creation of ca file.

Once generated how do I associate it with SalMail?

What should call this file?

Where should he stay?

andreadpt92
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Re: Certified mail

Post by andreadpt92 » 07 Nov 2018, 09:09

Hi,


does anyone have practical examples for creating certificates?

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Re: Certified mail

Post by thomas.uttendorfer » 07 Nov 2018, 09:25

Hi,
here is a very good and comprehensive tutorial:
https://jamielinux.com/docs/openssl-cer ... authority/

My experience is:
With certificates there is no easy going - you have to understand the concept.
So you have to invest some time.

Regards Thomas
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Re: Certified mail

Post by andreadpt92 » 07 Nov 2018, 09:50

Thank you, TD how to combine the certificate created with SalMail? From what I saw there is no function to indicate the certificate.

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Re: Certified mail

Post by thomas.uttendorfer » 07 Nov 2018, 10:28

Hi,
I'm not sure how SalMail works.
But if you have an option in SalMail to use Secure Mail (SSL)
then the certificate is validated by the underlying system which is Windows I suppose.
SalMail opens an SSL-connection using system functions. Then the OS compares the certificate of the smtp-server with then ones in the certificate store of Windows.

Regards Thomas
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Re: Certified mail

Post by H3PO4 » 07 Nov 2018, 13:34

Hi Thomas,

may be you both are talking about different things,

one thing is to send an email via SSL, another thing is to sign or encrypt an email with a certificate before sending.

With signing an email you can proove that the email has not been changed after sending.

As far as I can see, SalMail does not support the signing of emails. For our clients are working with Oracle databases we are sending signed emails with a java applet within OracleDB.

Best regards
Henning

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