Posted on 2014-01-13
I'm having a problem working with digitally signed email messages. I'm using the free cert from Comodo.
Instructions from Comodo indicate that I should save the signed address to my address book. That seems to be the problem. I've tried this saving process from Windows Live email, and Outlook 2010. I don't believe I'm saving the cert as it should be saved. Anyone know what I'm skipping here?
So far, I can send signed email messages, but I'm still working on the requirements for sending an encrypted message.
I corrupted the contact in the Windows Live address book.
Then over in Outlook 2010 there's no indication that the contact is signed, although the original message is clearly signed.
The end user is on a POP3 account and wishes to send encrypted messages with encrypted attachements.