Specify File containing S/MIME Encryption Key
The parameters on this command are used as follows:
|pathname||The full pathname of a file containing the recipient's public key. The file extension and format must be .CER or .DER.|
|passphrase||The passphrase for the keyfile (not normally required).|
|windows||This keyword causes the 'other people' and 'trusted people' sections of the Windows certificates store to be searched for a certificate corresponding to the To: header e-mail address in the mail item. This will be the recipient's public key and will not normally require a password.|
|listfile||The command may specify a pathname of a file with extension .LST which contains one or more lines with the format:|
One of the keyfiles, however specified, must contain a key which is associated with the e-mail address which is specified on the $email_address command in the same FS file. Using multiple keyfiles allows the list to be shared for various |To: addresses. If no match is found for the To: address, the e-mail transmission will fail.
$email_encrypt_keyfile windows ; pick recipient key from Windows store