S/MIME / CA / PGP

Does HIRI support S/MIME and Corporate CA (Windows) for encrypted and signed messages?
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  • Sep 14 2017
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    Guest commented
    September 29, 2017 14:39

    Sorry, at the moment these are not supported.

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    Guest commented
    28 Apr 17:38

    In https://ideas.hiri.com/ideas/HIRIEMAIL-I-232 you wrote this is a planned feature. Any roadmap on this?

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    Guest commented
    24 Jul 08:00

    I'm waiting for this to be implemented before I buy and switch to Hiri.

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    Guest commented
    26 Jul 15:23

    Hiri does look good. I do need S/MIME encryption for work, though, so here's another upvote for that feature.

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    Guest commented
    28 Jul 19:22

    You really are targeting corporate usage without being able to support S/MIME?! I was all in for getting that onto my Linux machine at work, but not supporting encryption those days is pretty ridiculous… sorry!

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    02 Aug 08:13

    As I mention in another comment, without PGP support this email client is not really usable for my usecase of electronically signing my emails.  Also the fact that this is not web-based, so I cannot use plugins like mailvelope, really makes this an unusable product.  Nice Exchange integration, though!

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    23 Aug 09:55

    In todays world no security?! I like hiri looks nice but no S/MIME or PGP, signing messages with personal cert. From commercial software! NO GO for this software for me

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    Guest commented
    31 Aug 16:48

    Is there any update on this feature?

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    Guest commented
    15 Oct 13:16

    Another vote in support of this - Office 365 users in many corporates will expect at least S/MIME support and a few of our partners do expect PGP as well.

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    Guest commented
    19 Nov 20:32

    is it comming?

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    Guest commented
    10 Dec 16:51

    This was looking promising until I found out there was no S/MIME Corporate Signing, or encryption.