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<paragraph xml-lang="en-US" id="par_id8311410" role="paragraph" l10n="NEW">Import your new root certificate into the Trusted Root Certification Authorities list.</paragraph>
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-<paragraph xml-lang="en-US" id="par_idN1071D" role="paragraph" l10n="NEW">If you are using Solaris or Linux, you must install a recent version of Thunderbird or Firefox to install some system files that are needed for encryption.<comment>how about Mac OS X?</comment></paragraph>
- <paragraph xml-lang="en-US" id="par_idN10720" role="tip" l10n="NEW">If you have created different profiles in Thunderbird or Firefox, and you want %PRODUCTNAME to use one specified profile for certificates, then you can set the environment variable MOZILLA_CERTIFICATE_FOLDER to point to the folder of that specified profile.</paragraph>
+<paragraph xml-lang="en-US" id="par_idN1071D" role="paragraph" l10n="NEW">If you are using Solaris or Linux, you must install a recent version of Thunderbird, Mozilla Suite, or Firefox software to install some system files that are needed for encryption.<comment>how about Mac OS X?</comment></paragraph>
+ <paragraph xml-lang="en-US" id="par_idN10720" role="tip" l10n="NEW">If you have created different profiles in Thunderbird, Mozilla, or Firefox, and you want %PRODUCTNAME to use one specified profile for certificates, then you can set the environment variable MOZILLA_CERTIFICATE_FOLDER to point to the folder of that specified profile.</paragraph>
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- <paragraph xml-lang="en-US" id="par_id944242" role="paragraph" l10n="NEW">Open your web browser’s preferences, select the <emph>Advanced</emph> section, click on the <emph>Certificates</emph> tab, and then choose <emph>View Certificates</emph>. The <emph>Certificate Manager</emph> dialog will appear.</paragraph>
+ <paragraph xml-lang="en-US" id="par_id944242" role="paragraph" l10n="NEW">Open your Web browser's preferences dialog, select the Privacy &amp; Security tab page, click on Certificates - Manage Certificates. </paragraph>
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<paragraph xml-lang="en-US" id="par_id6452223" role="paragraph" l10n="NEW">Import your new root certificate, then select and edit the certificate. Enable the root certificate to be trusted at least for web and email access. This ensures that the certificate can sign your documents. You may edit any intermediate certificate in the same way, but it is not mandatory for signing documents.</paragraph>