In the Start Search box type certmgr.msc and press the enter key.
Click on View => Options.
Check the box beside Physical certificate stores.
Expand Trusted Root Certification Authorities => Local Computer.
Right click on Certificates and pick All tasks => import.
Browse to your certificate and import it.
This may not work. It all depends on the certificate. If it is a self signed
certificate from the Exchange server this will work.
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"Encio" <Encio@xxxxxx> wrote in message
> Hi everybody,
> i am going crazy with this problem I have on Vista.
> I work in a company that uses Outlook Web Access for remote emailing. I
> bought this new PC and I have the .cer file with the certificate of my
> I go to certificate management utility and try to import it into the
> Folder, but even if it says that the import has been completed, the
> certificate still does not appear. In this way when I try to access OWA it
> shows me a certificate missing alert, and I cannot use standard outlook at
> Anyone has any idea about this problem?
> thanks a lot,