How To create a Safe.Id in Notes 6.5

I need to create a safe.id in Notes 6.5 for the server. Does anyone have any instructions?
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SaquangCommented:
To request a new public key using a floppy disk or another mail program

When you request a public key using a floppy disk or another mail program, you need to create a safe copy of your User ID to send to your administrator. A safe copy of your User ID contains enough information for certifying your new keys, but not enough information so it can be used by a malicious user. You can use this method if you are not a Notes mail user, or if you cannot successfully request new keys using Notes mail.

1. Insert a floppy disk into your disk drive if using a floppy disk to deliver your User ID to your administrator.

2. Choose File - Security - User Security.
Macintosh OS X users: Notes - Security - User Security.

3. Click Security Basics, and then click "Compromised Password" under "Your Login and Password Settings."

4. Click "New Public Keys" in the "What to Do If Your ID Is Compromised" dialog box.

5. If you have already submitted public keys, and you want to submit a new set you may have to click the "New Set" button. If you have already submitted public keys, and you want to resubmit them, you may have to click the "Resubmit" button.

6. Click the "Export ID" button in the "New Public Keys Confirmation" dialog box.

7. Change the directory to the floppy disk drive or to a directory that you can access from your other mail program in the "Enter Safe Copy ID File Name" dialog box.

8. Change the directory to the floppy disk drive.

9. Enter a file name for the safe copy of your User ID in the File Name field (Macintosh users: Save As field). The default is SAFE.ID.

10. Click Save, and then close the "New Public Keys Confirmation" dialog box.

11. Deliver the floppy disk to your Domino administrator, or attach the safe User ID to an e-mail and send it through another mail program.

12. When you receive your floppy disk back, you need to import your public key into your User ID.



I found the above info here:  http://www.codestore.net/help/help65_client.nsf/f4b82fbb75e942a6852566ac0037f284/92a38ca53ad6e11a85256dff00621202?OpenDocument

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