Import and manage certificates for retrieving email from an Exchange server via https
- Note on use for self-signed apps
- Reference to assignment of the certificates to devices
Last adaptation to the version: 188.8.131.52 (07.2020)
Certificates are required to retrieve emails from an Exchange server using https or to confirm the authenticity of self-signed apps.
In the sectionBase-64 encoded X.509 certificates can be imported from Exchange servers.
|Search||Filter to display only certain certificates|
|Add certificate (see below)|
|Show / hide details: If you have a large number of certificates, it may be useful to hide the display of the most important details.|
List view / grid view
|Switch between lists and grid view.|
|Refreshing the display|
The button at the top right of each certificate tile provides the following options:
|Show details||Show certificate details|
|Delete||The certificate is deleted.|
Details in the overview:
Display certificate: Information on the certificate used.
|Nicht vor||Validity of the certificate from|
|Nicht nach||Validity of the certificate until|
|Common Name||Defined Common Name of the certificate|
Export in Exchange Server
These certificates must be exported to the Exchange server first.
Start certificate management on the Exchange server: (mmc console → add snap-in → certificates → computer account)
Section Certificates → Own certificates → Certificates :
Right click on the applicable certificate for the Exchange server
(NOT the CA!) context menu: All tasks / Export
The certificate export wizard starts. ( Here with Windows Server 2012, german language )
Import in MobileSecurity
The file must not be saved with the Windows program Notepad after opening it!
Line breaks are inserted, which make it impossible to import the certificate.
(May not contain spaces)
Assigning a certificate to a device
The assignment to a device is done within a profile in the tab Certificates