Changes between Version 2 and Version 3 of certificates_and_identities


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Timestamp:
11/18/10 10:04:42 (7 years ago)
Author:
Cyrus Daboo
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  • certificates_and_identities

    v2 v3  
    66 * "From Address" - use a certificate/key matched by the From address of the selected identity. 
    77 * "Reply-To Address" - use a certificate/key matched by the Reply-To address of the selected identity. 
    8  * "Send Address" - use a certificate/key matched by the Send address of the selected identity. 
     8 * "Sender Address" - use a certificate/key matched by the Sender address of the selected identity. 
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    10  * "Custom" S/MIME- a certificate identifier can be entered in the text field to select a certificate: 
     10 * "Custom" S/MIME - a certificate identifier can be entered in the text field to select a certificate: 
    1111   * Enter an email address to select a certificate based on that address - if more than one certificate match there is no way to determine which will be selected 
    1212   * Enter the certificate "hash" by prefixing it with a single "#" character - that will uniquely select the certificate 
     
    1414   * Enter the certificate "subject" by prefixing it with "cn=" - that will allow matching against the subject field of a certificate (also visible via the "Manage Certificates" dialog) 
    1515 
    16  * "Custom" gpg- a key identifier can be entered in the text field to select a key (see the gpg man page or online documentation for full details of what can be used, below is just a quick summary of some possible options): 
     16 * "Custom" gpg - a key identifier can be entered in the text field to select a key (see the gpg man page or online documentation for full details of what can be used, below is just a quick summary of some possible options): 
    1717   * Enter an email address to select a key based on that address - if more than one key match there gpg preferences may be used to auto-select the best one (see man gpg) 
    1818   * Enter the key "key Id" by prefixing it with "0x" - that will uniquely select the key