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Lotus Notes: issue when import Symantec/Verisign certificate

In order to sign/encrypt Email I have installed Verisign S-Mime Certificate from Verisign and exported it from IE as a .pfx (PKCS #12). My problem is when I tried to import it in Security > My ...
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Active Directory / Comodo S/Mime enrollment

currently we are trying to use s/mime with our email infrastructure. However we are still looking forward how to deploy the certificates. Currently when using comodo each user gets a link where he ...
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Outlook S/MIME certificate expiration

I am using a certificate in Outlook to encrypt and sign messages. Everything work great. My certificate is going to expire next year. The following is unclear to me: Should I get a new certificate, ...
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openssl smime message signing: why do I need a -certfile key?

Here is how one should sign a message with openssl smime? according to the docs openssl smime -sign -in in.txt -text -out mail.msg -signer mycert.pem \ -inkey mykey.pem -certfile mycerts.pem But ...
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S/MIME with GMail in Browser

So I have a S/MIME Certificate at StartSSL now. I can now use it in my Thunderbird on Ubuntu and Windows 7. But how can I configure my Browser(Chrome) to use my certificate(which is already imported ...
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Possible to change Outlook SMIME icon from RED to Blue?

Every SMIME clear signed message has a red icon located near the Urgent exclamation point as shown below. This is often confused with high priority, and sends the wrong subtle message. IMHO a red ...
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Signing-milter / SMIME - how are this email signed incorrectly?

I have a problem with signing-milter (http://www.signing-milter.org). The problem is that the -b flag is required, and the -b flag is not recommended because it outputs non-RFC compliant email. ...
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S/MIME for Mac and iOS

I have been trying to generate S/MIME certificates for my MacOS and iOS devices and it does not seem to work. I have researched on this matter and it seems that keyUsage and extendedKeyUsage are ...
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How to get GPG working with Outlook 2013?

My OS is Windows 8.1 Update 1 x64. I have Outlook 2013 and just installed GPG4Win (latest, 2.2.2, full version). When I now launch Outlook 2013, I still don't see any UI/options to setup certificates ...
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OS X 10.10 Apple Mail not recognizing S/MIME certificate

After upgrading to Yosemite, Apple Mail no longer recognizes my S/MIME certificate. This was working in Mavericks. I've checked Keychain and the certificate is valid, even evaluated it as S/MIME for ...
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How can I add an LDAP directory to all Outlook profiles? (SMIME directory)

I need my Windows based Outlook users to be able to look up an SMIME certificate from this LDAP directory How can I automatically (via scripting or policy) modify an Outlook profile to include this? ...
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Emacs Gnus email decrypt smime without openssl

I use gnus for my email. Every once in a while, I receive an encrypted email; when I answer "yes" to Gnus offer to decrypt it, it responds smime-verify-region: No CA configured. Now, my workplace ...
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Outlook 2013: Multiple accounts, sign only mails from one account

I have two email accounts (Exchange) configured in Outlook. For one I have a S/MIME certificate configured which always signs the mails I send from this account. Problem now is that Outlook also ...
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Is it possible to use self-signed SMIME certs with Mutt?

I'm trying to use a self-signed SMIME key that my company has issued me with Mutt. However, when I try to import it with smime_keys I get the following. Couldn't identify root certificate! No root ...
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Can't S/MIME sign using OpenSSL even if “verify” suceeds

I have a client certificate in Chrome, that I used for logging into StartSSL. I exported it using pk12util to certfile.p12. Now I want to use it for signing with S/MIME. I converted the p12 file to ...
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Can I sign my emails with both S/MIME and PGP/GPG?

And if it possible, is there any benefit from doing so in one order or the other? signWithSMIME(signWithPGP(message)) versus signWithPGP(signWithSMIME(message)) Also, are there any reason not to ...
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S/MIME email Public Certificate?

Is there a way to create a public certificate for a S/MIME email certificate? I would like to share the public key on my website so people can send me encrypted emails. However I can only find ...
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No valid certificate found using self signed S/MIME with iOS [closed]

My goal is to get S/MIME email encryption to work with certificates signed with my own CA cert. This works fine except from iOS. I can send encrypted and signed e-mails from Mutt and MacOS Mail. I ...
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How does Outlook deal with temporary data encrypted with S/MIME?

We are using S/MIME to encrypt messages and their attachments and Outlook as email application. All documents sent in attachment are stored on an encrypted folder and should never be copied anywhere ...
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Any way to sign mails in Gmail with S/MIME?

i am using S/MIME to sign my mails in Thunderbird and Apple Mail on my iOS devices. But from time to time i also use the Gmail webmailer. Is there any working pluging for Mozilla Firefox to also sign ...
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Mailinglists in Thunderbird with S/MIME

I am looking for a solution to send encrypted mails to a (internal) mailinglist. To encrypt the mail to all the recipients, I need some way to tell Thunderbird what the recipients are. I was hoping ...
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Does SMIME encrypt the subject matter?

I've recently acquired an SMIME certificate and installed it in Outlook 2013. I set my brother up to do the same. So I used his certificate to send him an encrypted mail. He had an out of office ...
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Outlook 2013, multiple email accounts and encrypted email: Only last S/MIME settings used

I have multiple email accounts properly setup in Outlook 2013 (can send/receive fine otherwise). Lets say they are: user1@domain1.com user2@domain2.com user3@domain3.com All belong to me and I have ...