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Open the Events menu. Open the event you would like to send certificates for. Press Certificates and select the relevant option from the menu. Select Certificate template and the Format the certificate will be produced in (e.g. PDF, Word). Enter the email's Subject and Message. Press Send certificates.
On the File tab, click Options > Trust Center > Trust Center Settings. On the E-mail Security tab, under Encrypted e-mail, select the Encrypt contents and attachments for outgoing messages check box. To change additional settings, such as choosing a specific certificate to use, click Settings.
You are right assuming the certificate is useless without the private key, so sending it in the mail is no big security risk and is common practice actually. The certificate is supposed to be public, connecting to your website would also provide me with your certificate, so no need to hack your email there.
In most cases, when your SSL session is completed, the next step in sending or receiving email is to send your username and password. This information is secure and protected by the established SSL security connection. You do not need your own SSL certificate to establish your identity.
The process of getting an email certificate is very simple. You simply apply for one from an SSL Certificate Authority and then prove that you own your email address. You'll typically respond to an email that the certificate provider sends to your address.
This most likely reason you're getting a certificate not secure error message for your email is that you've synced an email account that belongs to a domain that you/your organization owns but there's a mismatch in the SMTP/IMAP settings, port settings, or domain name settings.
As the CSR only contains your public key: No, it's not dangerous to send it by email or publicize it in any other way. The only thing you can basically do with it is to generate certificates for that public key. Don't send your private key to anyone however. No it is not safe to send the CSR by email.
Open an Internet browser and log in to your email account. Click Compose Mail. Enter the email address of the person to whom you want to receive the PDF into the To field. Click Attach a File and browse through your computer files to select the PDF file you would like to send by email.
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