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Signed and Encrypted Mail Showing Up Blank in Sent Mail Folder

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Signed and Encrypted Mail Showing Up Blank in Sent Mail Folder

I’m a first time owner of a Sony phone and I’m—so far—delighted to have an e-mail app that finally works with my host. I’m also thrilled that it has S/MIME support readily exposed and not too difficult to use.

 

My only gripe is that I must CC myself when sending signed and/or encrypted e-mails. If I don’t do that, I will not have the original copy of the e-mail on the server. It’s quite perplexing, because I can see the e-mail I just sent on the phone just fine, but when I navigate to the same e-mail using a desktop client such as Mozilla Thunderbird or using the webmail app provided by my host, I can only see the e-mail’s headers. There is neither a body nor attachments. This incorrect behavior would have led to me losing quite a few important e-mails if I were not merely testing the app.

 

If I use Mozilla Thunderbird to send signed and/or encrypted e-mail, it correctly uploads the sent e-mail verbatim. And viewing the source for the e-mail shows the e-mail’s headers with the accompanying encrypted body and/or signature.