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10.3: S/MIME encryption and Mail.app
Authored by: alexgab on Nov 21, '06 07:27:51AM

I have Panther (10.3.9) And have made the whole process with Tawthe, but I used Safari. When I finished, it downloaded something so fast that I couldn't see what it was, then Keychain opened and both, my public and private key were there. Also there was an .EXE file in my desktop. Now, Mail app has only one button: "sign".There is no "encrypt" button. I don't understand what do you mean by:

"Make the certs available to Apple's applications by exporting them as files, either PKCS#7 (.p7s extension, usually for the certificates of others) or PKCS#12 (.p12 extension, often for your own certificates), then importing them into the Keychain by either double-clicking the certificate files, or by dropping them onto Keychain Access."

I don't have any .p12 or PKCS#7 files, my certs are in the keychains already. I cannot export or "save as" the files from keychains to anywhere. Any idea??



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