Secure message type
By default, the program processes both encrypted and digitally signed messages. However, you can use the Secure message type condition to define which of these messages will actually be processed.
To define the Secure message type condition, go to the Conditions tab, expand the Field's context menu and choose Secure message type (Fig. 1.)
|Fig. 1. Setting up the Secure message type condition.|
Next, select the operator and choose the value between encrypted and digitally signed. After saving the rule, the program will process only the type of a secure message that was defined in this condition.
As some of the actions set in rules can only be executed on the envelope messages created by the program while processing secure messages, you can also adjust their body using the dedicated feature in the program's settings (Fig. 2.).
|Fig. 2. The Secure messages tab in program's settings.|
This feature allows you to edit the envelope and adjust its body in the dedicated Editor (Fig. 3.) that resembles Microsoft Word. To open the Editor, click Edit body.
|Fig. 3. Composing an envelope message body via the Editor.|
Note that by default the envelope messages are in the HTML format and cannot be converted to any other format.