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Old 13th August 2006, 08:12
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Hi!
I've just found & used the GREAT "The Perfect Setup for Suse 10.1".
Everything seems to work according to the instructions !!
But, as i'm a beginner in the TLS/SSL area, I need instructions on how to continue and generate & install
certificates for the mail client (evolution and/or thunderbird).
It seems as if the mail clients wants PKCS12 files.
Are these files generated from the files created during the "Perfect Setup for SUSE" Postfix setup ??
If so, how is the client installation done ??
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Old 14th August 2006, 18:17
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These links should be interesting for you: http://wiki.cacert.org/wiki/PostfixC...=%28postfix%29
http://www.credentia.cc/certs/howto/postfix.html
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