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Old 01-27-2005, 02:39 AM   #1
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crl.pem and Oulook


Ok i have one problem that i can't find anwser on-line.
I have my own CA and i issue certs so i made a CRL list and i instert it into certs.
So when u send a signed mail it checks the crl but insted of checking crl.pem it checks crl.pem27 crl.pem28 crl.pem16.
it uses diff number for each cert.
How can i fix this so it will check only crl.pem


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