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Make a backup copy of a digital ID

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by tomherry2, Apr 9, 2008.

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  1. tomherry2

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    You can create a backup file of your digital ID in Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 and secure the file with a password. Backup files for Microsoft Exchange digital IDs have an .epf extension; while backup files for Internet e-mail digital IDs have a .pfx extension.
    1. On the Tools menu, click Trust Center, and then click E-mail Security.
    2. Under Digital IDs (Certificates), click Import/Export.
    3. Click Export your Digital ID to a file.
    4. Click Select, click the digital ID that you want to back up, and then click OK. The certificate appears in the Digital ID box.
    5. In the Filename box, type a name and path for the backup file that you want to create, or click Browse.
    6. In the Password box, create a password for the backup file.
    7. In the Confirm box, type your password again.
    8. Click OK.
     
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    cwwozniak Trusted Advisor Spam Fighter

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    Unless this was supposed to be a reply to a member's request for help on this topic, I thought this type of post should go into "Tips and Tricks".

    Why not just post the link to http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/outlook/HP012300231033.aspx instead of copying the entire body of that page and pasting it into your own post?

    As posted by TechGuy (Mike) in another TSG forum ...

     
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    I've left a warning in another thread but will leave another here. Please stop posting original Microsoft articles as if they were your own. Otherwise, your account will be disabled.
     
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