Re: Re: coolkey and evolution

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Regarding the SSL comment, I am using OWA in evolution with an
https:// account successfully.

On 10/15/07, Timothy J. Miller <tmiller@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> On Oct 15, 2007, at 8:18 AM, John H. wrote:
> > This reply didn't really help me at all.  If you do not use the
> > smartcard, you are not prompted for the OWA user/pass in firefox, you
> > just get a 401 error
> The point I was trying to make was that requiring SSL client auth but
> still using username/password makes the smartcard somewhat pointless
> since the account still has a password which can be compromised.
> This is a comment on your org's OWA deployment.
> > I am not saying that it's the most efficient way to have 2 layers of
> > authentication, but that's the way it is.  In firefox, if you have the
> > "ask every time" certificate option checked and you choose the wrong
> > of the two certificates that are available for the site via the card,
> > you get the same error.  That's why I wonder if evolution is perhaps
> > choosing the wrong cert.
> It's possible, but given that Evolution doesn't understand SSL client
> auth with IMAPS, I'm willing to bet it's just failing on that alone.
> -- Tim

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