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How to Get a Digital ID for Outlook 2013's Security Features

If you want to take advantage of Outlook 2013’s security features, the first step to take is to get yourself a Digital ID. If you work in a large organization, your employer may have gotten that for you. If you want to get a Digital ID for your own use, you can get one from a company that issues and maintains Digital ID services by following these steps:

1

Click the File tab in the Ribbon.

The Backstage view appears.

2

Click the word Options.

The Outlook Options screen appears.

3

Click the words Trust Center.

The Outlook Options screen appears.

4

Click the Trust Center Settings button in the lower-right corner.

The Trust Center screen appears.

5

Click E-Mail Security in the upper-left corner.

The E-Mail Security page appears.

6

Click the Get a Digital ID button.

A Microsoft website opens, offering a range of choices for getting a Digital ID.

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