[Djigzo users] Outlook pfx import
martijn at djigzo.com
Fri Jun 19 23:06:34 CEST 2009
I forgot something. The email with the certificate will be sent with a
sender address specified in the "CA settings" (see "CA email"). You also
must add a user with the CA email address and make sure that "encrypt
mode" is off for the CA email user. This is important because depending
on you settings it can happen that the message with the pfx file is
encrypted by Djigzo. In most setups you do not want the message with the
encrypted pfx file be encrypted as well because the pfx is already
encrypted and the recipient need to be able to import the pfx.
Martijn Brinkers wrote:
> > via the "certificate import wizard", the password
> > that was created for the user in Djigzo isn't
> Do you mean the password for the pfx? or the password of the user
> preferences of the user?
> Could you resent the same certificate but now with a new password?
> > accepted. BTW, I have to tell the user what the
> > password is, as it's not being sent via SMS.
> > What am I doing wrong?
> The SMS functionality requires you to setup an account on
> www.clickatell.com. Clickatell is one of the biggest companies providing
> SMS gateway functionality. I picked Clickatell because it's one of the
> best known SMS gateway providers. As sending SMS is not free you will
> need to setup an pre-paid account online. SMS costs are something like
> $0.04 per SMS. For more info on the SMS gateway see page 40 of the
> administration guide.
> In principle it is possible to directly connect a Nokia mobile phone but
> this cannot be done with the Virtual appliance (it requires a valid USB
> port) but we advise you to use the Clickatell gateway.
> If you want to use a different SMS gateway we can see whether we can
> create SMS transport for it just as long as it provides a public
> accessible API. Currently Djigzo supports a direct Nokia connection and
> Clickatell gateway but any SMS gateway can be integrated.
> If you need more info on setting up a Clickatell account I can write
> some more detailed guide on setting up the account.
> Kind regards,
> Dimitri Yioulos wrote:
>> I've gotten Djigzo to send a new user's pfx via
>> email. However, when the user tries to import it
>> via the "certificate import wizard", the password
>> that was created for the user in Djigzo isn't
>> accepted. BTW, I have to tell the user what the
>> password is, as it's not being sent via SMS.
>> What am I doing wrong?
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