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How to encrypt without exchanging public keys?
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* October 23, 2019, 07:53:16 AM
If two users are MeSince users, MeSince has the recipient's public key certificate, and of course, the user does not need to exchange the public key certificate.
If one of them is not MeSince user, as long as the MeSince Certificate Database contains the recipient's public key certificate (no matter who issued it), MeSince will automatically send the encrypted mail to the other user using the recipient's public key certificate, and the other user can decrypt it using any mail client software that supports S/MIME encryption, regardless of whether he/she has used MeSince.
In addition, MeSince supports multiple certificates encryption in the outgoing email, to make sure users can decrypt the encrypted email by using any certificate in hand.
Users who need to send encrypted emails in large quantities can obtain the recipient's public key certificate by calling the MeSince Open Platform API.

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