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Requesting your encryption certificate

Chris Mckenzie

This is an automated message that has been sent because a person at

[hidden email]

has attempted to send you a secure, encrypted e-mail message, but the software being used by the sender requires your Digital ID (certificate) to complete the process. 

Please reply to this e-mail message and include your Digital ID, or send an e-mail message to [hidden email], and attach your certificate in S/MIME format (.p7c/.p7b). The easiest way to do this is to apply a digital signature to your reply using your e-mail software. See below for instructions if you are not familiar with this.

IF YOU DO NOT OWN A DIGITAL ID.

A free of charge Digital ID can be obtained from Entrust at the following link: 
https://digitalid.entrust.com/


How do I send my certificate?

If you are using... 

Microsoft Outlook or Outlook Express

Reply to this message, and sign the response. Please make sure that in your security settings, you have specified to include your encryption certificate with the signature.

Entrust Entelligence E-mail Plug-in or Entrust Entelligence Security Provider for Outlook

Reply to this message and sign the response. Your certificates will be included in the signature.

Lotus Notes 5.x or 6.x

Reply to this message and sign the response. Your certificates will be included in the signature.

Another S/MIME compliant mailer

Attempt to export your certificate to a file, and attach your certificate in S/MIME format (.p7c/.p7b).


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RE: Requesting your encryption certificate

Per Nilsson
OK, here we go...


From: Chris Mckenzie [mailto:[hidden email]]
Sent: den 7 juni 2005 20:12
To: [hidden email]
Subject: Requesting your encryption certificate

This is an automated message that has been sent because a person at

[hidden email]

has attempted to send you a secure, encrypted e-mail message, but the software being used by the sender requires your Digital ID (certificate) to complete the process. 

Please reply to this e-mail message and include your Digital ID, or send an e-mail message to [hidden email], and attach your certificate in S/MIME format (.p7c/.p7b). The easiest way to do this is to apply a digital signature to your reply using your e-mail software. See below for instructions if you are not familiar with this.

IF YOU DO NOT OWN A DIGITAL ID.

A free of charge Digital ID can be obtained from Entrust at the following link: 
https://digitalid.entrust.com/


How do I send my certificate?

If you are using... 

Microsoft Outlook or Outlook Express

Reply to this message, and sign the response. Please make sure that in your security settings, you have specified to include your encryption certificate with the signature.

Entrust Entelligence E-mail Plug-in or Entrust Entelligence Security Provider for Outlook

Reply to this message and sign the response. Your certificates will be included in the signature.

Lotus Notes 5.x or 6.x

Reply to this message and sign the response. Your certificates will be included in the signature.

Another S/MIME compliant mailer

Attempt to export your certificate to a file, and attach your certificate in S/MIME format (.p7c/.p7b).



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RE: Requesting your encryption certificate

Chris Mckenzie
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Sorry.
 
This e-mail was a mistake. I had e-mailed the openssl user's group. My company has a boundary encryption messaging server. It might have decided the outbound e-mail should be encrypted.
 
- Chris

-----Original Message-----
From: [hidden email] [mailto:[hidden email]] On Behalf Of Per Nilsson
Sent: June 7, 2005 3:19 PM
To: [hidden email]
Subject: RE: Requesting your encryption certificate


OK, here we go...

  _____  

From: Chris Mckenzie [mailto:[hidden email]]
Sent: den 7 juni 2005 20:12
To: [hidden email]
Subject: Requesting your encryption certificate





This is an automated message that has been sent because a person at

[hidden email]

has attempted to send you a secure, encrypted e-mail message, but the software being used by the sender requires your Digital ID (certificate) to complete the process.

Please reply to this e-mail message and include your Digital ID, or send an e-mail message to [hidden email], and attach your certificate in S/MIME format (.p7c/.p7b). The easiest way to do this is to apply a digital signature to your reply using your e-mail software. See below for instructions if you are not familiar with this.

IF YOU DO NOT OWN A DIGITAL ID.

A free of charge Digital ID can be obtained from Entrust at the following link:
https://digitalid.entrust.com/

  _____  

How do I send my certificate?

If you are using...

Microsoft Outlook or Outlook Express

Reply to this message, and sign the response. Please make sure that in your security settings, you have specified to include your encryption certificate with the signature.

Entrust Entelligence E-mail Plug-in or Entrust Entelligence Security Provider for Outlook

Reply to this message and sign the response. Your certificates will be included in the signature.

Lotus Notes 5.x or 6.x

Reply to this message and sign the response. Your certificates will be included in the signature.

Another S/MIME compliant mailer

Attempt to export your certificate to a file, and attach your certificate in S/MIME format (.p7c/.p7b).






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RE: Requesting your encryption certificate

Per Nilsson
In reply to this post by Chris Mckenzie
And wow does your life flash before you when you realize you've just hit
send to the mailing list...
I thought I was replying to a Chris McKenzie I happen to know.

Sorry all.
 

-----Original Message-----
From: Chris Mckenzie [mailto:[hidden email]]
Sent: den 7 juni 2005 21:24
To: '[hidden email]'
Subject: RE: Requesting your encryption certificate

Sorry.
 
This e-mail was a mistake. I had e-mailed the openssl user's group. My
company has a boundary encryption messaging server. It might have decided
the outbound e-mail should be encrypted.
 
- Chris

-----Original Message-----
From: [hidden email]
[mailto:[hidden email]] On Behalf Of Per Nilsson
Sent: June 7, 2005 3:19 PM
To: [hidden email]
Subject: RE: Requesting your encryption certificate


OK, here we go...

  _____  

From: Chris Mckenzie [mailto:[hidden email]]
Sent: den 7 juni 2005 20:12
To: [hidden email]
Subject: Requesting your encryption certificate





This is an automated message that has been sent because a person at

[hidden email]

has attempted to send you a secure, encrypted e-mail message, but the
software being used by the sender requires your Digital ID (certificate) to
complete the process.

Please reply to this e-mail message and include your Digital ID, or send an
e-mail message to [hidden email], and attach your
certificate in S/MIME format (.p7c/.p7b). The easiest way to do this is to
apply a digital signature to your reply using your e-mail software. See
below for instructions if you are not familiar with this.

IF YOU DO NOT OWN A DIGITAL ID.

A free of charge Digital ID can be obtained from Entrust at the following
link:
https://digitalid.entrust.com/

  _____  

How do I send my certificate?

If you are using...

Microsoft Outlook or Outlook Express

Reply to this message, and sign the response. Please make sure that in your
security settings, you have specified to include your encryption certificate
with the signature.

Entrust Entelligence E-mail Plug-in or Entrust Entelligence Security
Provider for Outlook

Reply to this message and sign the response. Your certificates will be
included in the signature.

Lotus Notes 5.x or 6.x

Reply to this message and sign the response. Your certificates will be
included in the signature.

Another S/MIME compliant mailer

Attempt to export your certificate to a file, and attach your certificate in
S/MIME format (.p7c/.p7b).





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