03-29-2013 03:18 PM
The Z10 Help file " 20130127_BlackBerry_10-FullHelp-en.pdf" said:
Securing your email
You can digitally sign or encrypt messages if you use a work email account that supports S/MIME-protected messages on your BlackBerry device. Digitally signing or encrypting messages adds another level of security to email messages that you send from your device.
. . .. etc . . . .
I would like to hear from anyone who is effectively securing work emails by means of S/MIME certificate or X.509 public/private key without any BES or external server (I mean Z10 standalone).
For me work email means POP3/SMTP MS Office Outlook on a PC with appropriate certificates.
Your advice will be helpful.
Thanks a lot,
02-05-2014 11:47 AM
this works for me and my Z10.
There is an Android App called R2Mail2 .
At BB Version 10.2.1xx BB is capable to execute Android Apps, so thats the chance.
Accessing to Goggle Playstore you need the Google Play Client called Snap for Blackberry . Unfortunally this App is not available at BB World, so you have to install it "side-loaded"
That is a little bit complicated, but its a really good Tutorial there on the Website.
After installing Snap, you cann access Google Playstore and install the fully functional Trialversion of R2Mail2 for testing. The handling is easy and user-friendly on my opinion
I've tried it and i use it for my daily mails. Signing and encrypting with S/MIME
I searched a long time in forums for this alternative.
Sure, its not the clean BB way, but its the way it works.