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Certification question

3 posts in iPhone Beta Last posting was on 2008-02-27 17:29:07.0Z
m.torosyan Posted on 2008-02-15 08:14:04.0Z
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Question: If I have my own certificate? Where I have to copy
that certificate? How does that work?


bye Melkon


Johannes Alberti Posted on 2008-02-15 20:26:03.0Z
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Hi Melkon,

if you import the certificate into your local computer
certificate store you should be available to select your own
certificate in the dropdown list of the new Internet Mail
Gateway page in the Onebridge Service settings.

To import the certificate, you can use the MMC snap-in
called Certifcates. You have to import the certificate into
the Personal store of your local computer account, NOT the
service or user account. You should see the "self"
certificate in the same folder.

Let me know, if you need further information.

Thanks,

Johannes

> Question: If I have my own certificate? Where I have to
> copy that certificate? How does that work?
>
>
> bye Melkon


Bernhard Bäuerle Posted on 2008-02-27 17:29:07.0Z
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And when i didn't have an own certificate yet, how does it
work either?
Bernhard

> Hi Melkon,
>
> if you import the certificate into your local computer
> certificate store you should be available to select your
> own certificate in the dropdown list of the new Internet
> Mail Gateway page in the Onebridge Service settings.
>
> To import the certificate, you can use the MMC snap-in
> called Certifcates. You have to import the certificate
> into the Personal store of your local computer account,
> NOT the service or user account. You should see the "self"
> certificate in the same folder.
>
> Let me know, if you need further information.
>
> Thanks,
>
> Johannes
>
>
> > Question: If I have my own certificate? Where I have to
> > copy that certificate? How does that work?
> >
> >
> > bye Melkon