UW Digital ID (Win) - Outlook 2010 & 2013 When you reply to or forward a signed or encrypted email Outlook automatically tries to sign or encrypt the reply or forward.
Outlook cannot sign or encrypt this message because there are no certificates which can be used to send from the email address
If there is no digital certificate installed on the workstation, Outlook cannnot send a signed or encrypted S/MIME message. In this scenario, if the registry value below is not configured, the following error message will be displayed.
"Microsoft Outlook cannot sign or encrypt this message because there are no certificates which can be used to send from the e-mail address '<e-mail address>'.
Either get a new digital ID to use with this account, or use the Accounts button to send the message using an account that you have certificates for."
- Save the following file to your desktop: Outlook_Fix.reg
- Right click on the file and choose "Merge"
- Hit "ok" to ignore registry prompt
- Exit and restart Outlook