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How to automatically decrypt mails recieved in mail-enabled public folder on Exchange 2003

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I have a customer that need to receive encrypted mail in a mail-enabled public folder on their Exchange 2003 server, but i have difficulties figurering out how to implement automatic encryption on Exchange.
I already have a cerficate that should be used to decrypt mails, but how do i configure this on a Exchange server?
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IMO, before you send an encrypted email, the Outlook should have the "Digital certificates" of the mail-enabled public folders
So is it possible to send an encrypted email to public-folder?

http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/outlook-help/encrypt-messages-HP006369952.aspx
http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/outlook-help/encrypt-e-mail-messages-HP001230536.aspx
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