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  1. #1
    How do I install untrusted SSL certificate on N73? I download a .CER
    file and put it in the Document directory of the phone. Then using file
    manager, I open this .CER file, but instead of installing the untrusted
    certificate, the Notes Application (Menu->Office->Notes) opens the
    ..CER.

    I also tried to install this .CER file directly from web brower, but
    also instead of installing the certificate, the browser opens it as a
    text file...

    Does anyone have a solution?

    Thanks for helping!




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  2. #2
    $limbo
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    Re: install SSL certificates on N73


    <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > How do I install untrusted SSL certificate on N73? I download a .CER
    > file and put it in the Document directory of the phone. Then using file
    > manager, I open this .CER file, but instead of installing the untrusted
    > certificate, the Notes Application (Menu->Office->Notes) opens the
    > .CER.
    >
    > I also tried to install this .CER file directly from web brower, but
    > also instead of installing the certificate, the browser opens it as a
    > text file...
    >
    > Does anyone have a solution?
    >
    > Thanks for helping!
    >

    Surely this would come under Settings> Security Settings> Certificate
    Management?





  3. #3

    Re: install SSL certificates on N73

    There is no option to add a new certificate under "Certificate
    Management"

    $limbo wrote:
    > Surely this would come under Settings> Security Settings> Certificate
    > Management?





  4. #4
    Dirk
    Guest

    Re: install SSL certificates on N73


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    There is no option to add a new certificate under "Certificate
    Management"

    $limbo wrote:
    > Surely this would come under Settings> Security Settings>

    Certificate
    > Management?


    ALL

    There is no way I have found to transfere the certificate to the phone
    to allow it to be installed via bluetooth or IR or memory card. If
    people have done this and it's worked they are lucky they do not have a
    self cert from a sbs server or thankfull that there IT dept know what
    they are doing!.

    The only way this can be done is through the internet ( which is the
    way that nokia actually say o do this, although not that clearly). I
    have read loads of posts of this that complicate this, but basicly you
    need to down load the cert from a server that says its a root CA
    certificate. i.e. with the Mime type set up correctly on the SBS 2003
    server, it has to be a download as you would for any other file.

    Hope this helps, This how 'I' istalled by SBS mail certificate to get
    Mail for exchange(1.6.1) to work on my Nokia N73.


    1) On your mail server ensure that the mime type .der is set up for
    -application/x-x509-ca-cert, if you add this mime type ensure that the
    web site is stopped and restarted in order for the changes to come in
    to effect.
    You can set set the Mime for the entire IIS server by clicking manage
    on My computer on the server, find IIS in advance, select your sever
    and properties, and add the mime types( i think its on the HTTP tab).
    As I said make sure your stop and restart the websites.

    2) On a PC outside the Lan connect to exchange through the internet,
    this is important so that the cert name passes through your ISA server
    liteners, these may change the server details in the cert. Install the
    certifiacte in the Root CA store on the PC

    3) Export the cerificate from the PC in der fromat, from the tools tab
    in IE, internet options, content, certificates, Trusted root
    certificates authorities, find your mail cert and export this in der
    format (you should now have 'yourcert.cer' saved)

    4)Rename 'yourcert.cer' to 'yourcert.der' (.cer files are blocked by
    Outlook Web Access in step 5, this is why we going to use .der and set
    up the mime type for der)

    5) Send yourself a email Outlook Web Access and attached the .der
    file.

    6)On the handset navigate to the OWA page above in step 4, login, find
    the email (this may be slow, make sure you pick the correct frame, when
    propted). Open the email and select the der file.

    7) Cert should install, select that you trust this cert for internet.

    8) Restart Phone

    9) PRAY, worked for me, hope it works for you.

    Best of luck

    Dirk


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