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A customer asked me to create a digital signature to send messages in outlook. I'm not sure but I think I will have to create a digital certificate. If so where can I create a certificate.
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if you have exchange and an MS CA you can centrally issue; for a one shot though, you are better off using XCA which is a pretty gui tool to create certificates of all types.
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