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Re: [iaik-jce] [IAIK-JCE] Using self-created certificate to sign messages in Outlook 2000
I have exactly the same problem as Diego, but with Outlook Express. I
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.
What do I need to do to make self-generated certificates usable as Personal
IDs in Outlook Express?
----- Original Message -----
From: "Diego Pietralunga" <email@example.com>
Sent: Monday, October 09, 2000 5:55 AM
Subject: [iaik-jce] [IAIK-JCE] Using self-created certificate to sign
messages in Outlook 2000
> I have a problem sending messages signed with certificates I created using
> Outlook 2000.
> I have created the certificate with my name and e-mail,then I used
> PKCS12-Create to obtain a .p12 file.
> Outlook shows the data read correctly.
> But,when I try to send a signed (and/or crypted) message,Outlook complains
> that there's no digital ID for the recipient,which is me.(so Outlook has
> data,I guess)
> I've seen that every recepient has the possibilty to import a digital
> in PKCS7 format (it accepts *.p7c or *.cer).
> What can I do to create a file Outlook accepts in import using
> from my keystore?
> Diego Pietralunga
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