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10.6: Sign and encrypt emails in Mail via thawte
Authored by: B_B_B on Dec 23, '09 05:58:30AM

Can you please be a bit more specific on step 2. I get totally lost here. Can you provide for a direct link to the Tawte site you refer to OR be way more specific. Please keep in mind that Thawte may also change their site now and then, so the info you provide can become outdated very quickly. I am lost already (and would like to get back on track, because your article looks very clear for the rest!



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10.6: Sign and encrypt emails in Mail via thawte
Authored by: ashill on Mar 25, '10 06:59:50AM

To be clear, Thawte discontinued issuing email certificates in November 2009, shortly after this hint was published. There are a couple of other options suggested downthread.

(I'm arriving now because my Thawte certificate just expired, so I'm looking for a replacement.)



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