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    sending degitally signed e-mail

    Hi,

    I am new to this Forum and I need your kind help. Actually I am developing a programme in visual Basic 6.0 and in this program I have to send digitally Signed e-mail with attachment to the various e-mail id. I am having Digital Signature Certificate installed on my machine. Now I do not have the idea about how to digitally signed the mail with the DSC(Digital Signature Certificate) also I need the delivery report.

    Kindly help me out.

    Thanking you
    Regards,
    Yogesh

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    Re: sending degitally signed e-mail

    VB6 probably knows less about it. I'd look on their site, for samples, and get whatever language that you're comfortable with. I doubt they'll have VB6 samples.
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    Re: sending degitally signed e-mail

    You would have to contact the people that helped you "sign" that file. If it is as good as VeriSign, they should have a huge resource of their documentation available.

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    Re: sending degitally signed e-mail

    I used third party software (not expensive) CryptoSys PKI
    http://www.cryptosys.net/pki/pkiexamples.html

    Here's an example using VB6
    http://www.cryptosys.net/pki/basSignEncrypt.txt.html
    Last edited by jggtz; September 15th, 2012 at 03:07 AM.
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