Re: strange encryption behavior

Willem wrote:
> Larry wrote:
> > I would prefer not putting the certificates into the GAL.
> If Joe is also present in the GAL, the easiest way is for Joe to publish
> his certificate in it (one click of a button in Outlook). What's against
> publishing the certificate in the GAL anyway?

Just out of curiosity, how would I publish my cert in the GAL?

As for the reason... my org does not officially support secure email
and I'm kind of doing some "under the radar" experimenting at this


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