our new policy is that everything we send over the internet be encrytped. currently, all emails from confluence are in clear text. this is a problem.
everyone in our organization has installed some form of GPG or PGP and genned their own key-pairs.
we would like to add a user's pgp public key to each user's profile in concluence so that our emails from confluence are encrypted. in fact, we'd like to make encrypted email a requirement. if a user wants to watch and he hasn't uploaded his public key, he can't watch until he does so.
i don't currently see how this is possible in confluence. is there an add-on that provides this?
anyway, please advise how we can make something like this happen, or suggest an alternative.
Our app enables email encryption for Jira, Confluence and Bitbucket on Server and Data Center, but we cannot make it available for Cloud. Because of the different architecture, we need Atlassian to offer an API that allows us to access the notifications emails.
If you want to support our approach, may I suggest that you vote for JSDCLOUD-8850 to raise awareness.
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