- From: sigehereco
- Date: Tue, 15 Sep 2009 04:30:20 -0700
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I have a personal email signing certificate from Thawte. The certificate is
issued in my name. The certificate is installed in the system.
If I look at the certificate from Internet Explorer
Options/Content/Certificates, or from MMC, I see two purposes of the
certificate: "proves your identity to a remote computer" and "Protects email
But if I send an email signed with this certificate, and then look at the
certificate already in the email (sent or received - same thing), I see only
purpose "Protects email messages". Same in Outlook and in Outlook Express.
Why I don't see "proves your identity" purpose in the certificate in email?
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