Re: Install a certificate on Android 1.5

by TreKing » Thu, 18 Nov 2010 05:55:36 GMT


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 2010/11/16 Jorge Ivn Andrs Contreras Pereira <jiacontrer...@gmail.com>


What certificate?
What ".cer" file?

You'll probably want to elaborate on what you're talking about and / or what
you're doing if you hope to get help.

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Re: Install a certificate on Android 1.5

by Jorge Iv谩n Andr茅s Contreras Pereira » Fri, 19 Nov 2010 04:03:23 GMT


 >>Hello, I need to install a certificate, however not find a way. I have the
file ".cer".



Ok... , I have a file .cer or .p12, I need to install on the device to check
email with Active Sync, now I have installed an application called Moxier
Mail but the company requires that the device has a certificate that
includes a private key, but can not find any way you can install the file
.cer or .p12... I have a device LG Eve with Android 1.5.

Thanks for your help!

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Re: Install a certificate on Android 1.5

by Brian Carlstrom » Fri, 19 Nov 2010 04:14:50 GMT


 Sounds like a question for Moxier Mail. I haven't used 1.5, but the Android
client certificate installation found in later releases I have used is for
system services such as VPN and WiFi, not for applications to use.

A quick look at Moxier's site suggestions that they support client
certificate authentication:

 http://www.moxier.com/mail/faq/ 
 < http://www.moxier.com/mail/faq/> ;

Currently, Moxier Mail supports the following:

   - 2003 Certificate-based Authentication

but I can't see any instructions on how to set it up in their user guide:

     http://www.moxier.com/static/mail/doc/moxier_mail_user_guide.pdf 

you aren't the only one with this question:

 http://support.moxier.com/entries/159856-certificate-based-authentication 
 http://www.moxier.com/blog/2009/jul/08/moxier-mail-15-now-available/ 

I have successfully used client certificate authentication with Exchange
using Nitrodesk Touchdown if Moxier Mail doesn't actually support client
certs.

-bri

On Wed, Nov 17, 2010 at 2:09 PM, Jorge Ivn Andrs Contreras Pereira <




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