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How to Remove an Outlook Self Signed Certificate

Posted on 2011-03-08
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I added some VBA code to an Outlook client.  I used a self-signed security certificate to allow the code to run.  The routine sends a BCC on receipt of a new message.
The VBA code worked fine until I restarted the machine.  Now Outlook will not allow any VBA code to run.  I suspect that the original certificate was modified in the boot procedure.
My question is:
1. How do I remove the self-signed certificate so I can start over?
2. How do I prevent this problem from happening again?

Windows 7/64  Outlook 2007
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Go to tools, macro, visual basic editor.

In VB editor, select tools, digital signature.

Select the certificate then select remove.
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