11.4. OpenPGP Settings

SavaPage can be configured to use OpenPGP for PGP/MIME email signing and encryption.

The first step is to set the Public and Secret Key of the SavaPage server instance in the /opt/savapage/server/server.properties configuration file, as shown in the table below.

KeyDescription

pgp.publickey.file

The path of the ASCII Armored public OpenPGP key.

Relative to: /opt/savapage/server/data/

pgp.secretkey.file

The path of the ASCII Armored secret (private) OpenPGP key.

Relative to: /opt/savapage/server/data/

pgp.secretkey.passphrase

The pass-phrase of the openpgp.secretkey.file

Table 11.9. OpenPGP Server Properties


OpenPGP server information is shown on the Admin Dashboard.

The Secret Key of the server is used to sign e-mail content. Content encryption is done with the recipient's public key, when present. See Section 4.4.4.5, “OpenPGP”.

Next, PGP/MIME must be activated with the following configuration properties:

Configuration propertyDescription

mail.pgp.mime.sign

Set to Y (default) or N, to enable/disable PGP/MIME signing.

mail.pgp.mime.encrypt

Set to Y (default) or N, to enable/disable PGP/MIME encryption.

pgp.pks.url

Optional URL of an OpenPGP Public Key Server.

Table 11.10. OpenPGP Configuration Properties


See Section 4.10.14.11, “Config Editor” on how to set these properties.

Preview

OpenPGP Server Properties are also used for the PDF/PGP Verification Feature Preview.