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Rajesh Kariyavula 5-Dec-17 13:10pm View    
If we are using PGP Keys, I expect that the email client should be aware of that to be able to decrypt it. I am not expecting some code to encrypt the contents, send the email, and expect gmail to know what it is looking at and decrypt it. I have been on it for past two weeks and I am curious to know if there is a way to do it or if someone had come across this problem and found out a workaround or some tweeks to do the same.
Rajesh Kariyavula 5-Dec-17 13:09pm View    
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If we are using PGP Keys, I expect that the email client should be aware of that to be able to decrypt it. I am not expecting some code to encrypt the contents, send the email, and expect gmail to know what it is looking at and decrypt it. I have been on it for past two weeks and I am curious to know if there is a way to do it or if someone had come across this problem and found out a workaround or some tweeks to do the same.
Rajesh Kariyavula 5-Dec-17 13:04pm View    
Thanks for your comment. I haven't asked anything related to securing the password and we are not sending password in the email nor we are storing it in plain text. Even though the comment is off topic, it might help someone looking for it.
Rajesh Kariyavula 5-Dec-17 10:59am View    
Can you be more specific please, as what options need to be configured in SMTP
Rajesh Kariyavula 25-Feb-15 9:28am View    
What is that you want to achieve using asynchronous post back? If you just want to do a async call use onclientclick to bind a javascript function to the link button and in the function use PageMethod or use Jquery AJAX call. If you need more info on this I will answer your question