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Posted on 2004-10-29
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Hello, I have outlook 2000. I sign emails with my certificate and I send to other people correctly, but my emails, aren't show in de preview panel.
If you open the email , all are correct (certificate is valid, of course)

Outlook says:
"This secure email element can't show in preview panel. Open message to read it".

Can anyoone help me? Thanks!!!

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Question by:carmar2
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    by:kfalandays
    Sorry, that is by design, for security!
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    by:carmar2
    I find the answer:

    You must send the signature "like simple text". The user that recieve the emai can see in the preview panel.
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