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Show Sign and Encrypt Buttons in New Mail Message Window through Group Policy

Posted on 2008-10-30
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Greetings,
I need to show the sign and encrypt buttons in Outlook 2007.
I'd like to push this through Group Policy.
I don't want it to be required, just show the buttons.

The following GP requires the sign setting, which is not what I want, but regardless it does not show the buttons.
User Configuration
                -Administrative Templates
                                -Security
                                                -Cryptography
                                                Sign all-e-mail messages to Enabled

Does anyone know the setting for this through GP.

Best Regards,
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Question by:vibesmaster
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This automatically becomes enabled after a users
1) Makes certificates avail through ActivClient and/or their applicable smart card client on the computer.
2) Publishes their information to the GAL.
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