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Re: userSMIMEcertificate outlook/netscape
I don't think I can use the usercertificate attribute. And I couldn't find
the ldif tool either. I tried using openssl to convert the der certificate
to base 64, then I stripped all newlines before inserting it in the ldif
file, but nothing worked. There is also a note somewhere about using a
content type header that you leave blank - what's that all about. Can you
send me your ldif file that you uploaded to make this happen.
> Iam using Outlook/Express too. I dont use the attribute
> userSMIMEcertificate, but I distribute
> public SMIME certs with ldap too. At this time ive got only 2 Certs, that
> by myself.
> Try the attribute usercertificate. I am using the DER Form and it runs
> netscape and
> Outlook Express.
> All this stuff needs more than 4 hours of headache. First I couldnt find
> "ldif tool", so
> I had to write a little perl script, which needs the most of the time. (
> coding Der to BASE64 )
> After this ive loaded the so created LDIF File into the openldap server.
> Hope to help you a little bit,
> Thomas Heil
> Email: email@example.com
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Oliver Bode" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> To: <openldap-software@OpenLDAP.org>
> Sent: Tuesday, April 09, 2002 5:58 PM
> Subject: userSMIMEcertificate outlook/netscape
> > Hi,
> > I've been trying to figure this out all day...
> > Has anyone managed to:
> > 1. Use the Outlook/Express addressbook to retrieve peoples
> > userSMIMEcertificate from an openldap directory server.
> > 2. Use the security>people>search directory in Netscape to do the same
> > thing.
> > If it is possible to do any of these things can someone point me to a
> > that explains it. I already tried
> > but this didn't achieve the above for me.
> > Thanks,
> > Oliver