secure communications

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.

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Pedro Cora Atlassian Team Dec 08, 2013

Floyd,

Currently this is not possible. I'd suggest that you raise a new feature at jira.atlassian.com. Other than that, you could customize your installation, but adding such feature would require some heavy changes in the source code.

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