Press "OK". Finally, you will be able to activate the 'encrypt' feature. Select the person's name in the preview pane, right-click, and select "Add to Contacts". A > > required > > action was not successful due to an unspecified error." > > > > I have un-installed, and re-installed office. weblink
All Rights Reserved. In addition, why would I need my own key to read a mail sent to me, that doesn't make sense. Since I have repaired, removed, and reloaded > > Office 03, and nothing has changed, I'm about ready to rebuild the system. > > Do > > you have any other In the Certificates and Algorithms section of the Change Security Settings window, you should see the Encryption Certificate heading.
There's nothing to be "done in Outlook" if you don't > have the original sert to reinstall. > -- > Brian Tillman [MVP-Outlook] > > Rich, Nov 13, 2008 #8 First you must have your Digital Certificate installed on your computer. try checking this out - forget that its about CAC (common access cards) and apply to your situation - can probably disregard "Note 1" section, but read the rest of it. We're a friendly computing community, bustling with knowledgeable members to help solve your tech questions.
When > > I > > send digitally-signed emails to my home account from work, Outlook won't > > (can't?) open them. > > In order to decrypt something someone sends Please leave the question open and I will post the answer here once I have confirmed. When she tries to view it, > > she gets the following message: "This item cannot be viewed in the reading > > pane. The second is the encrypting icon;selecting it will encrypt your email.
A > > required > > action was not successful due to an unspecified error." > > > > I have un-installed, and re-installed office. Staff Online Now TerryNet Moderator Macboatmaster Trusted Advisor Advertisement Tech Support Guy Home Forums > Internet & Networking > Web & Email > Home Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Similar Threads Outlook 2003 pictures - some visible, some not Mayo Pardo, Nov 13, 2016, in forum: Using Outlook Replies: 0 Views: 195 Mayo Pardo Nov 13, 2016 Outlook 2003 to Outlook 2003 is not opening the digitally signed messages Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by sivakesav, Feb 22, 2006.
IÂ´m having pretty much the situation, when I receive a digitally signed email some of my users cannot open them, itÂ´s the same error of yours Rich. http://www.pcreview.co.uk/threads/outlook-2003-unable-to-open-digitally-signed-messages.3778096/ It is located to the right of the "Plain Text / Rich Text / HTML" selection box. If a new Windows user fails, then you may have to reimage the PC. Open a new message to begin securing your email using your client digital certificate.
Thank you for your help though! "Brian Tillman " wrote: > "waters27863"
Anyone got any ideas why this might be. not a single PC problem) suggests a bug that has since been fixed. If so, does Outlook present the red ribbon icon in the message header showing that the sender's certificate is valid? -- Brian Tillman [MVP-Outlook] Brian Tillman [MVP - Outlook], Mar check over here I'm back to square one. -- Rich Turner Dual Athlon Processor, Vista-64, Office 2003 "Brian Tillman [MVP - Outlook]" wrote: > "Rich" <> wrote in message > news:... > > >
She is unable to view the message in the preview pane, though I am able to view the same message in the preview pane, but on a different machine. Hire the best, collaborate easily, pay securely and get projects done right. Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More...
The Options window will appear. The error she receives is: â€œThis item cannot be viewed in the reading pane. Your Digital ID name can not be found by the underlying security system.". The Change Security Settings window will appear.
An email that was signed only does not need to be decrypted, because the message content appears unencrypted in the MIME tree or inside the CMS/PKCS #7 SignedData structure. Send clear text signed message when sending signed message - This sends a digitally signed message to a recipient who does not use S/MIME. PC Review Home Newsgroups > Microsoft Outlook > Microsoft Outlook Installation > Home Home Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Articles Articles Quick this content I set her mail back up, and let it synch w/ the exchange > > server.
For me, it happens when I receive a signed email message that has a content-type "multipart/signed", this contains the following two parts: "multipart/alternative", "application/pkcs7-signature" and this first sub-part contains a "text/html" Covered by US Patent. I rebooted the system, and > had her log in. On the senders' end - have them verify that they have been sending to other folks without problems. 8.