Mobile Encryption for iOS can store user keys in its local keyring. This avoids the app having to lookup keys on Encryption Management Server.
To import a user key, send the key as a *.asc email attachment, tap on the attachment and choose Copy to Mail Encrypt to import it to the local keyring.
To encrypt to a local key, follow the same procedure as when encrypting to a key stored in Encryption Management Server:
If the recipient's email address is displayed as follows, a suitable key can be found:
If the recipient's email address is displayed as follows, a suitable key cannot be found:
? [email protected]
After importing a local key, you find that Mobile Encryption for iOS cannot find it.
Mobile Encryption for iOS can only encrypt to local keys that have been signed with an exportable signature.
Mobile Encryption for iOS 2.0 and above with local keys.
To sign the key with an exportable signature, you will need to use Encryption Desktop:
To use the key in Mobile Encryption for iOS: