Article: Security With Exchange 2003

Markus Klein has written a new article titled Implementing Email Security with Exchange Server 2003.

Summary: Has anyone ever considered Email Security (S/MIME) within their Exchange Server 2003 network environment? As complex as it was to configure with earlier versions of Exchange Server, now it’s equally easy to implement with Exchange Server 2003. The only requirement is a Windows Server 2003 certificate authority with configured automatic certificate enrollment.

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Any idea how to enable use of 3rd party (Thawte) email certificates with OWA 2003?

I get the following error message:

A digital ID that allows you to encrypt this messages is missing. If your digital ID isn't trusted by the Exchange server, you can't use it to encrypt messages. Ask your server administrator to have the issuer of the digital ID trusted, or send the message unencrypted.

Posted by: John at Sep 7, 2004 2:46:31 PM

I have the same issue only the exchange server is the CA

Posted by: Stuart at Jan 5, 2005 4:55:31 AM