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Implementing and Maintaining the Outlook Web Access S/MIME Control

 

Topic Last Modified: 2005-05-19

Understanding How Exchange 2003 Supports Message Security provided an overview of the components that make up a Microsoft® Exchange Server 2003-based message security system: Exchange Server 2003, the e-mail client, and public key infrastructure (PKI). Implementing and Maintaining E-Mail Clients to Support Message Security in Exchange 2003, provided e-mail client administrators with information to supplement e-mail client documentation and enable them to connect e-mail clients to an Exchange 2003-based message security system.

This section provides information to help implement and maintain Microsoft Office Outlook® Web Access using the Secure/Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions (S/MIME) control.

This section is intended primarily for e-mail client administrators. In addition, Exchange administrators should review this section to familiarize themselves with issues that are specific to Outlook Web Access using the S/MIME control.

This section provides information about implementing and maintaining Outlook Web Access with the S/MIME control:

  • Architecture of Outlook Web Access with the S/MIME control

    noteNote:
    This section does not discuss Outlook Web Access when using the S/MIME control with digital certificate handling and other areas of interest to PKI administrators. For information about Outlook Web Access with the S/MIME control related to PKI elements, see Supporting Outlook Web Access with the S/MIME Control in Your PKI.
  • Implementing Outlook Web Access with the S/MIME control

noteNote:
This section presumes that you have read Understanding Message Security and Understanding How Exchange 2003 Supports Message Security, or you have an equivalent understanding of the concepts of S/MIME and the components in an Exchange 2003-based S/MIME system.

Other sections in this guide cover the following topics:

 
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