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Certificatemanagement on Microsoft Exchange 2007

Certificatemanagement on Microsoft Exchange 2007

Open Microsoft Exchange Management Shell On the Start menu, click Programs, and then click Microsoft Exchange Server 2007. Click Exchange Management Shell. Generate a Certificate Signing Request (CSR). If you have already applied for a test certificate you do not need to repeat this step, you can use the old CSR and...

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Mail programs with S/MIME support (MS Outlook and others)

Mail programs with S/MIME support (MS Outlook and others)

What is S/MIME support? If a mail program supports S/MIME, then it can check GLOBALTRUST/A-CERT ADVANCED signed mails for the integrity of the content (intact/authenticity of the content). Depending on the certificate management used, the authenticity of the signer (authenticity of the sender) can also be confirmed...

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Using the Certificate Revocation List (CRL)

Using the Certificate Revocation List (CRL)

What is a Certificate Revocation List (CRL)? The Certificate Revocation List is a file containing revoked certificates issued by a specific root or intermediate certificate. The revocation of the underlying intermediate or issuer certificates is announced in a CRL for the root certificate. (so-called Certificate...

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