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From: "Peter Lipp" <jce@iaik.at>
To: "Aaron Haspel" <aaron@eredyne.com>,
	<iaik-jce@iaik.tu-graz.ac.at>
Subject: AW: [iaik-jce] [IAIK-JCE] Using self-created certificate to sign
messages in Outlook 2000
Date: Wed, 18 Oct 2000 09:49:38 +0200
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>create a PKCS12 object with a self-generated certificate and the
>corresponding private key and write it to a .pfx file.  But when I try to
>import the .pfx file into OE, it will not allow it as a personal Digital
ID,
>only as an "Intermediate Certification Authority", which makes it unusable.
How does the certificate look like?

Peter