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Windows Mail Security Warning ???

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jgp3mval

#1
I just attempted to send an email and got the following message:

Security Warning:
You do not have a digital ID. If you send this message, it will be sent
properly, but you will not be able to read it in your sent items folder.
Send anyway?
the only options are YES and NO.

Ive been using windows mail two months and this is the first time I've seen
this. Has anyone any idea what Microsoft is up to now?
 
#2
You must have clicked on the little button that says sign at the top before
you tried to send - just unclick it...

"jgp3mval" <jgp3mval@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:AFFDA860-8B88-4192-AC47-54C21F8E83B7@microsoft.com...
>I just attempted to send an email and got the following message:
>
> Security Warning:
> You do not have a digital ID. If you send this message, it will be sent
> properly, but you will not be able to read it in your sent items folder.
> Send anyway?
> the only options are YES and NO.
>
> Ive been using windows mail two months and this is the first time I've
> seen
> this. Has anyone any idea what Microsoft is up to now?
 
M

madeline

#3
"jgp3mval" wrote:

> I just attempted to send an email and got the following message:
>
> Security Warning:
> You do not have a digital ID. If you send this message, it will be sent
> properly, but you will not be able to read it in your sent items folder.
> Send anyway?
> the only options are YES and NO.
>
> Ive been using windows mail two months and this is the first time I've seen
> this. Has anyone any idea what Microsoft is up to now?



go to reply ,click on tools, click on encrypt
 
K

Kewlgem

#4
"Mac" wrote:

> You must have clicked on the little button that says sign at the top before
> you tried to send - just unclick it...
>
> "jgp3mval" <jgp3mval@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> news:AFFDA860-8B88-4192-AC47-54C21F8E83B7@microsoft.com...
> >I just attempted to send an email and got the following message:
> >
> > Security Warning:
> > You do not have a digital ID. If you send this message, it will be sent
> > properly, but you will not be able to read it in your sent items folder.
> > Send anyway?
> > the only options are YES and NO.
> >
> > Ive been using windows mail two months and this is the first time I've
> > seen
> > this. Has anyone any idea what Microsoft is up to now?

>
>
 
K

Kewlgem

#5
"Mac" wrote:

> You must have clicked on the little button that says sign at the top before
> you tried to send - just unclick it...
>
> "jgp3mval" <jgp3mval@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> news:AFFDA860-8B88-4192-AC47-54C21F8E83B7@microsoft.com...
> >I just attempted to send an email and got the following message:
> >
> > Security Warning:
> > You do not have a digital ID. If you send this message, it will be sent
> > properly, but you will not be able to read it in your sent items folder.
> > Send anyway?
> > the only options are YES and NO.
> >
> > Ive been using windows mail two months and this is the first time I've
> > seen
> > this. Has anyone any idea what Microsoft is up to now?

>
>
 
K

Kewlgem

#6
"Mac" wrote:

> You must have clicked on the little button that says sign at the top before
> you tried to send - just unclick it...
>
> "jgp3mval" <jgp3mval@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> news:AFFDA860-8B88-4192-AC47-54C21F8E83B7@microsoft.com...
> >I just attempted to send an email and got the following message:
> >
> > Security Warning:
> > You do not have a digital ID. If you send this message, it will be sent
> > properly, but you will not be able to read it in your sent items folder.
> > Send anyway?
> > the only options are YES and NO.
> >
> > Ive been using windows mail two months and this is the first time I've
> > seen
> > this. Has anyone any idea what Microsoft is up to now?

>
>
 
R

Ragdoll

#7
Hey I was having the same trouble Mac so I went into Windows Mail and clicked
Tools there it showed that I requested receipt, Encrypted, and Digitally Sign
if you unclick the Encrypted and unclick Digitally Sign it will go those two
require a Digital ID to send.
--
Windows Vista home Premium, WMP 11


"madeline" wrote:

>
>
> "jgp3mval" wrote:
>
> > I just attempted to send an email and got the following message:
> >
> > Security Warning:
> > You do not have a digital ID. If you send this message, it will be sent
> > properly, but you will not be able to read it in your sent items folder.
> > Send anyway?
> > the only options are YES and NO.
> >
> > Ive been using windows mail two months and this is the first time I've seen
> > this. Has anyone any idea what Microsoft is up to now?

>
>
> go to reply ,click on tools, click on encrypt
 
M

Marty

#8
--
HWM


"madeline" wrote:

>
>
> "jgp3mval" wrote:
>
> > I just attempted to send an email and got the following message:
> >
> > Security Warning:
> > You do not have a digital ID. If you send this message, it will be sent
> > properly, but you will not be able to read it in your sent items folder.
> > Send anyway?
> > the only options are YES and NO.
> >
> > Ive been using windows mail two months and this is the first time I've seen
> > this. Has anyone any idea what Microsoft is up to now?

>
>
> go to reply ,click on tools, click on encrypt
 
R

Rayne

#9
"Marty" <Marty@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:C4C3AD34-079C-4ED3-AC0C-E9230200E8A3@microsoft.com...
>
> --
> HWM
>
>
> "madeline" wrote:
>
>>
>>
>> "jgp3mval" wrote:
>>
>> > I just attempted to send an email and got the following message:
>> >
>> > Security Warning:
>> > You do not have a digital ID. If you send this message, it will be
>> > sent
>> > properly, but you will not be able to read it in your sent items
>> > folder.
>> > Send anyway?
>> > the only options are YES and NO.
>> >
>> > Ive been using windows mail two months and this is the first time I've
>> > seen
>> > this. Has anyone any idea what Microsoft is up to now?

>>
>>
>> go to reply ,click on tools, click on encrypt
 
G

GeorgeMikros

#10
If you go ahead and sign up for the Windows ID, then you can send when a
digital ID is required, as it is by some recipients.

"Rayne" wrote:

>
> "Marty" <Marty@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> news:C4C3AD34-079C-4ED3-AC0C-E9230200E8A3@microsoft.com...
> >
> > --
> > HWM
> >
> >
> > "madeline" wrote:
> >
> >>
> >>
> >> "jgp3mval" wrote:
> >>
> >> > I just attempted to send an email and got the following message:
> >> >
> >> > Security Warning:
> >> > You do not have a digital ID. If you send this message, it will be
> >> > sent
> >> > properly, but you will not be able to read it in your sent items
> >> > folder.
> >> > Send anyway?
> >> > the only options are YES and NO.
> >> >
> >> > Ive been using windows mail two months and this is the first time I've
> >> > seen
> >> > this. Has anyone any idea what Microsoft is up to now?
> >>
> >>
> >> go to reply ,click on tools, click on encrypt

>
>
 
#11
"jgp3mval" wrote:

> I just attempted to send an email and got the following message:
>
> Security Warning:
> You do not have a digital ID. If you send this message, it will be sent
> properly, but you will not be able to read it in your sent items folder.
> Send anyway?
> the only options are YES and NO.
>
> Ive been using windows mail two months and this is the first time I've seen
> this. Has anyone any idea what Microsoft is up to now?
 
P

Philip

#12
If you go to tools in your mail program, options, security, uncheck the
encryption box, thi should let you send yor mail immediately
--
P. Bowers


"jgp3mval" wrote:

> I just attempted to send an email and got the following message:
>
> Security Warning:
> You do not have a digital ID. If you send this message, it will be sent
> properly, but you will not be able to read it in your sent items folder.
> Send anyway?
> the only options are YES and NO.
>
> Ive been using windows mail two months and this is the first time I've seen
> this. Has anyone any idea what Microsoft is up to now?
 
G

ganu43dup

#13
"jgp3mval" wrote:

> I just attempted to send an email and got the following message:
>
> Security Warning:
> You do not have a digital ID. If you send this message, it will be sent
> properly, but you will not be able to read it in your sent items folder.
> Send anyway?
> the only options are YES and NO.
>
> Ive been using windows mail two months and this is the first time I've seen
> this. Has anyone any idea what Microsoft is up to now?
 
K

Kath B

#14
same thing just happened to me...
--
Kath


"ganu43dup" wrote:

>
>
> "jgp3mval" wrote:
>

> > I just attempted to send an email and got the following message:
> >
> > Security Warning:
> > You do not have a digital ID. If you send this message, it will be sent
> > properly, but you will not be able to read it in your sent items folder.
> > Send anyway?
> > the only options are YES and NO.
> >
> > Ive been using windows mail two months and this is the first time I've seen
> > this. Has anyone any idea what Microsoft is up to now?
 
G

Gary VanderMolen

#15
You must have accidentally clicked on "Tools/Digitally Sign" while
composing a message.
--
Gary VanderMolen, MS-MVP (WLMail)

"Kath B" <KathB@xxxxxx> wrote in message news:E4363DC1-B7E1-410C-9CB9-1EDE09D30AE9@xxxxxx

> same thing just happened to me...
> --
> Kath
>
>
> "ganu43dup" wrote:
>

>>
>>
>> "jgp3mval" wrote:
>>

>> > I just attempted to send an email and got the following message:
>> >
>> > Security Warning:
>> > You do not have a digital ID. If you send this message, it will be sent
>> > properly, but you will not be able to read it in your sent items folder.
>> > Send anyway?
>> > the only options are YES and NO.
>> >
>> > Ive been using windows mail two months and this is the first time I've seen
>> > this. Has anyone any idea what Microsoft is up to now?
 
L

litlpep

#16
i received this msg today

"jgp3mval" wrote:

> I just attempted to send an email and got the following message:
>
> Security Warning:
> You do not have a digital ID. If you send this message, it will be sent
> properly, but you will not be able to read it in your sent items folder.
> Send anyway?
> the only options are YES and NO.
>
> Ive been using windows mail two months and this is the first time I've seen
> this. Has anyone any idea what Microsoft is up to now?
 
M

m osman

#17
"jgp3mval" wrote:

> I just attempted to send an email and got the following message:
>
> Security Warning:
> You do not have a digital ID. If you send this message, it will be sent
> properly, but you will not be able to read it in your sent items folder.
> Send anyway?
> the only options are YES and NO.
>
> Ive been using windows mail two months and this is the first time I've seen
> this. Has anyone any idea what Microsoft is up to now?
 
M

m osman

#18
"jgp3mval" wrote:

> I just attempted to send an email and got the following message:
>
> Security Warning:
> You do not have a digital ID. If you send this message, it will be sent
> properly, but you will not be able to read it in your sent items folder.
> Send anyway?
> the only options are YES and NO.
>
> Ive been using windows mail two months and this is the first time I've seen
> this. Has anyone any idea what Microsoft is up to now?
 
L

lito23

#19
"jgp3mval" wrote:

> I just attempted to send an email and got the following message:
>
> Security Warning:
> You do not have a digital ID. If you send this message, it will be sent
> properly, but you will not be able to read it in your sent items folder.
> Send anyway?
> the only options are YES and NO.
>
> Ive been using windows mail two months and this is the first time I've seen
> this. Has anyone any idea what Microsoft is up to now?
 
#20
What a simple fix!!!
Feeling kind of stupid.
Thanks, "Mac"

MSC



"Mac" wrote:

> You must have clicked on the little button that says sign at the top before
> you tried to send - just unclick it...
>
> "jgp3mval" <jgp3mval@xxxxxx> wrote in message
> news:AFFDA860-8B88-4192-AC47-54C21F8E83B7@xxxxxx

> >I just attempted to send an email and got the following message:
> >
> > Security Warning:
> > You do not have a digital ID. If you send this message, it will be sent
> > properly, but you will not be able to read it in your sent items folder.
> > Send anyway?
> > the only options are YES and NO.
> >
> > Ive been using windows mail two months and this is the first time I've
> > seen
> > this. Has anyone any idea what Microsoft is up to now?
>
>
 
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