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GMAIL.CABis digitally signed using an X.509 certificate issued by WEB.DE TrustCenter E-Mail Certification Authority.
Download and install the CA and root X.509 certificates of WEB.DE to validate and verify the digital signature.
-----BEGIN RSA PUBLIC KEY----- MIIBCgKCAQEAwoDvctTIkyz5KyHlms35ue9lm7I2yPVqZbRjGL26OKxei/R9APYKA47yoJQu QZvr0husZPI/XQEGDicmBH1Gw/T821Y/E3pwUrumhw2dRI83Vn3wqO1OaAfkcOxjtNthr04r YT+8f1SJtZabDP0Fv7dF4ltrUSwvy+lxV4jLLU2y7qtJ6XawLHEIBZAurozEGUVlgF93nsIZ ydcHLxQzUEbSSsegkeY+aaaC/pGFE9Q3P3c4Nn5kOwK8ElwPwbHFMiK4t8RT3DSPXX0XQl2M yoB3XAhZj6VOC9JyHC4COVSTnbFz3mmDkxYL/qyKFkDH/V5JWZhEv+T0Rl2Bebh91wIDAQAB -----END RSA PUBLIC KEY-----
Note: unfortunately WEB.DE abandoned their trust center in 2018 and removed all pages and download links in 2019; fortunately the Wayback Machine archived the TrustCenter page, the CA and the root certificate.
Note: due to its counter signature alias timestamp the digital signature remains valid past the X.509 certificates expiration date!
GMAIL.ICOand the setup script
GMAIL.INFare packaged in the (compressed and digitally signed) cabinet file
GMAIL.CABand verify its digital signature, then open it in Windows Explorer, extract its contents, right-click the extracted setup script
GMAIL.INFto display its context menu and click
Installto run the installation.
Note: on Windows Vista and newer
versions of Windows NT,
the application registered for the
Install verb of
*.inf files, requests administrative privileges.
On Windows XP and Windows Server 2003,
open the Add/Remove Programs applet of the
tick the checkbox
Updates, select the entry
Google Mail underneath
and click the button.
On Windows Vista and newer versions of
Windows NT, open the Control Panel and
click the entry View installed updates underneath the
Programs and Features or Programs
In Installed Updates select the entry
Google Mail underneath
and click the
Uninstall menu entry.
Use the X.509 certificate to send S/MIME encrypted mail.
Note: email in weird format and without a proper sender name is likely to be discarded!
HTML (and even
weirder formats too) in email, I prefer to receive plain text.
I also expect to see your full (real) name as sender, not your nickname.
I abhor top posts and expect inline quotes in replies.
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