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Reading encrypted e-mail with your Smart Phone

When I read an encrypted message using my iPhone I get this message.
"This message is encrypted. Install a profile containing your encryption identity to decrypt this message"

I know how to export my email digital certificate using MS Outlook for my laptop and import it to another workstation. That's easy.

For your iPhone (or iPad) follow this step-by-step procedure.
http://www.whaddya.com/2013/03/how-to-install-email-digital.html

Using Samsung Galazy smart phone, I got this error message.
Unable to verify signed message. Certificate not installed.

Question is how to install a certificate for Samsung Galazy? Research just begun ...

If you've done it and resolved this issue, please let me know by posting your comment or send email to support @ whaddya[dot]com.

Keep checking this post for update.

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How to install an Email Digital Certificate to the iPhone or iPad?

If you have a copy of your Email Digital Certificate exported to .p12 extension and still remember your password. Then, you are ready to proceed installing your Email Digital Certificate to your iPhone or iPad.


First compose a new message, attach your email digital certificate, and it should be in .p12 extension, and send it yourself.Check new email using your iPhone with your digital certificate. Touch the attachment, and it will start the process of install your email digital certificate to your iPhone (or iPad).In Install Profile, touch the Install button.
It will prompt you the "Unsigned Profile", touch Install Now.

It will prompt you to enter your iPhone (or iPad) passcode.Then Enter the password for the certificate "Identity Certificate". The password was created during the creation of your email digital certificate.You will see your Profile Installed. Don't be alarm of the "Persona Not Validated" if your are using Symantec Email Digital Certificat…

How to Check Which Domain Controller a Workstation Connects To Read more: How to Check Which Domain Controller a Workstation Connects To?

Troubleshooting on how to check your user's workstation connecting to what Domain Controller in your network domain. This is a very useful tool to know and simple to remember.

Open a command prompt tool, click on Start, and type "CMD" press [Enter]
In command prompt, type "echo %logonserver%" press [Enter]

The result will display the Domain Controller netbios name.
For example, in our network.
\\whaddya-server01

Hope that help you.

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