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NAME
       smime_keys - Utility to add S/MIME certificate to the internal database used by mutt

SYNOPSIS
       smime_keys <operation>  [file(s) | keyID [file(s)]]

DESCRIPTION
       The  purpose  of  this  tool is to manipulate the internal database of S/MIME certificates
       used by mutt to sign mail messages which will be sent or to verify mail messages  received
       and signed with S/MIME

OPTIONS
       init   no files needed, inits directory structure.

       list   lists the certificates stored in database.

       label  keyID required. changes/removes/adds label.

       remove keyID required.

       verify 1=keyID  and optionally 2=CRL Verifies the certificate chain, and optionally wether
	      this certificate is included in supplied CRL (PEM format).   Note:  to  verify  all
	      certificates at the same time, replace keyID with "all"

       add_cert
	      certificate required.

       add_chain
	      three files reqd: 1=Key, 2=certificate plus 3=intermediate certificate(s).

       add_p12
	      one  file  reqd.	Adds  keypair to database.  file is PKCS12 (e.g. export from net-
	      scape).

       add_pem
	      one file reqd. Adds keypair to database.	(file was converted from e.g. PKCS12).

       add_root
	      one file reqd. Adds PEM root certificate to the location	specified  within  muttrc
	      (smime_verify_* command)

NO WARRANTIES
       This  program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY;
       without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR  PURPOSE.
       See the GNU General Public License for more details.

       Mutt Home Page: http://www.mutt.org/

Unix					     May 2009				    smime_keys(1)
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