Make a backup copy of a digital ID

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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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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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Please remember that it is illegal to post copyrighted articles in their entirety. You may post links to articles, quote small sections as part of your post, etc... but you cannot copy and paste the entire article. If you see anyone who has done so, please Report it so that it can be removed. Thanks!
 

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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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