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I want to use Crypted Emails in Kerio Connect Deskop.

I just imported a p12/pfx Zertifikat in Settings and configured the other things.

Even if I try to send an crypted Email to an Recipient, I get the error, that theres no Cert für the Recipient aviable.

So where did I import the other Certificate?

Thanks fpr help Wink
Kerio/GFI Brian

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The other person must also use S/MIME in their email application and have installed their own personal certificate for secure communication. If they have done this, the next step is that they must send you a signed email so that you will have their public key.
At that point, you can send them an encrypted message (using their public key).
Note that Kerio Connect Client will save and store their certificate automatically for you so there is no action on your part when they send you a signed email.
More detail is covered in the help guide http://manuals.gfi.com/en/kerio/connect/content/email-client s/kerio-connect-client/encrypting-messages-in-kerio-connect- client-1579.html

Brian Carmichael
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