"Could not sign or encrypt" message in Outlook 2002


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Steve Paulsson

I can't send any messages from Outlook; I get the message"Microsoft
could not sign or encrypt this message because you have no certificates
which can be used to send from the e-mail address <any of my e-mail
addresses>". The message disappears when I turn off ALL my security
options (just turning off encryption doesn't work), but the message
still gets stuck in outbox and goes nowhere when I click on
send/receive. I've switched to Thunderbird, which works fine, but I'd
rather be using Outlook. Any ideas?
 
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Mukesh Agarwal [MSFT]

Please post your question on microsoft.public.outlook NG.
 
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Mukesh Agarwal [MSFT]

Please ignore my post. I replied to wrong post.

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Mukesh Agarwal said:
Please post your question on microsoft.public.outlook NG.

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Visit team blog at http://blogs.msdn.com/bcm

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Steve Paulsson said:
I can't send any messages from Outlook; I get the message"Microsoft could
not sign or encrypt this message because you have no certificates which
can be used to send from the e-mail address <any of my e-mail addresses>".
The message disappears when I turn off ALL my security
options (just turning off encryption doesn't work), but the message
still gets stuck in outbox and goes nowhere when I click on send/receive.
I've switched to Thunderbird, which works fine, but I'd rather be using
Outlook. Any ideas?
 
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Brian Tillman

Steve Paulsson said:
I can't send any messages from Outlook; I get the message"Microsoft
could not sign or encrypt this message because you have no
certificates which can be used to send from the e-mail address <any
of my e-mail addresses>".
It would help if you were to describe all the settings you have on the
Security tab of Tools>Options and the dialogue pages that are under the
Settings button there as well.
 

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