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Scissors

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Hi,

I'm trying to learn how to install certificates (for S/MIME) on the server so users don't need to send signed emails to one another first. We don't use AO/OD so I tried adding them with Outlook (for Mac) to the the shared address book. The certificate is then visible in Outlook on other users computers so it's there alright. But when I try to encrypt a email on my iPhone it says it can't find any certificate on the server.

I use activesync and have manually configure the account on the iPhone (as Exchange).

What am I doing wrong?

Cheers.
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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Make sure you're running Kerio Connect 8.3 and higher. S/MIME certificate installed in Kerio Connect client is automatically configured on iPhone when the account is created with autoconfiguration utility. Also, public certificates in your or public contacts are used for email encryption when sending emails. More at http://kb.kerio.com/1594

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