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How to query in VBA if an email message is digitally signed ?

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I need an Outlook VBA macro to detect if an outgoing email message is (to be) digitally signed.

Could someone please provide me a code snippet or another hint where to ask Outlook for that property ?

Thanks in advance.
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Looks like the first link would provide me with the hint I need. Thanks.

Is there any reference available for those property codes ? They're looking kind'a cryptic ... as designed to never be used by anyone outside of the MS Dev team ....
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