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A digital signature attached to an email message offers another layer of security by providing assurance to the recipient that you —not an imposter— signed the contents of the email message. Your digital signature, which includes your certificate and public key, originates from your digital ID. And that digital ID serves as your unique digital mark and signals the recipient that the content hasn't been altered in transit.
S/MIME signing verifies the sender’s email address
S/MIME provides a digital signature to confirm that the sender's email address was actually the email address used to send it. Verified email address indicates that the associated email address is validated by a digital signature.
How do I verify the cert is valid?
Outlook OWA and Desktop client (click on the red ribbon)