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Store a users http basic username and password encrypted (on your side) and don't display it in the target field

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under review  ·  AdminSteve Smith (Founder, cloudmailin) responded  · 

Hey, how do you envisage this encryption working? I’m not sure how useful encrypting would be as we still need to be able to decrypt it on our side again to send the credentials meaning that we would have to use two way encryption and keep the keys on the server anyway?

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