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Chapter 11. Administering Cryptography i... > Setting Consistent Outlook Cryptogra... - Pg. 201

Administering Cryptography in Outlook 2003 Microsoft Exchange Global Address Book 201 Users who enroll in Exchange Advanced Security have their certificates stored in their organization's Global Address Book. Alternatively, users can open the Global Address Book by using their LDAP provider. Only certificates generated by Microsoft Exchange Server Advanced Security or by Microsoft Ex- change Key Management Server are automatically published in the Global Address Book. However, externally generated certificates can be manually published to the Global Address Book (by using the Publish to GAL button in Tools | Options | Security). Internet directory service (LDAP) External directory services, certificate authorities, or other certificate providers can publish their users' certificates through an LDAP directory service. Outlook 2003 allows access to these certifi- cates through LDAP directories. Windows file Components for your digital ID can be stored on your computer. You export your digital ID to a file by using Import/Export in Tools | Options | Security. You can encrypt the file when you create it by providing a password. Importing digital IDs You can import a digital ID from a file. This is useful, for example, if you want to send cryptographic e-mail messages from a new computer you have just begun using. Each computer from which you send cryptographic e-mail messages must have your certificates installed. You import digital IDs