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== Pine ==

http://www.madboa.com/geek/pine-ssl/ tells a story how to do this. Basically it seems to be:

 1. Find out your OPENSSLDIR: {{{openssl version -d}}}
 1. Get a hash of your certificate: {{{openssl x509 -in cert.pem -hash -noout}}}
 1. Copy the certificate to {{{$OPENSSLDIR/certs/$hash.0}}}

This probably works only for self-signed certificates.

SSL certificate importing to clients

You may import either the server's self-signed certificate or the CA certificate (see ["SSL/CertificateCreation"]).

Windows XP

Import to Trusted Root Certification Authorities store: http://www.microsoft.com/resources/documentation/windows/xp/all/proddocs/en-us/sag_cmprocsimport.mspx?mfr=true

Outlook and Outlook Express uses the Windows's certificate store.

Mac OS X

  • Doubleclick the certificate
  • Keychain should open
  • Add the certificate to X509 Anchors keychain

Apple Mail uses the OS X's certificate store.

Thunderbird

Preferences -> Privacy -> Security -> View Certificates -> Authorities -> Import -> Trust this CA to identify email users.

Evolution

Preferences -> Certificates -> Authorities -> Import -> Trust this CA to identify email users.

Pine

http://www.madboa.com/geek/pine-ssl/ tells a story how to do this. Basically it seems to be:

  1. Find out your OPENSSLDIR: openssl version -d

  2. Get a hash of your certificate: openssl x509 -in cert.pem -hash -noout

  3. Copy the certificate to $OPENSSLDIR/certs/$hash.0

This probably works only for self-signed certificates.

None: SSL/CertificateClientImporting (last edited 2011-04-09 07:46:07 by p4FFCA79B)