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How to Setup S/Mime for Exchange

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I want to setup Email Encryption for my company so that I can send encrypted emails out. the company is non-profit org so I would like to not spend any money in setting this up. Also I work with alot of gov/state companies as a result of this I was asked to start using email/attachment encryption. I have an exchange server 2003 and I was thinking of setting up S/mime. I have found lots of pointers but nothing definite. I have tried to setup a CA on the server but I don't l know that i have done this right. Basically Im looking for the easiest and best steps to implement this task. This task.
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Besides setting up a CA, you need to configure GPO  for users to obtain certificates through windows settings\security settings\public key policy.

This way each user will automatically have a certificate and would not need to go through the steps of requesting a certificate through the web interface on your CA.
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How do I accomplish this?
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