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FWIW, I reviewed their CRL and OCSP information and a user agreement. Here's what I was able to determine. The UA states they have the right to revoke your certificate for any number of reasons out of your control and also if you ask for revocation. Normally, they'd never revoke a cert without the owner asking, so most likely this is a low probability ...


The purpose of S/MIME certificates is to sign and encrypt email messages. Given your use case, what you are proposing is not appropriate. For email you want recipients to be able to verify email messages without having to download and install your organization's root key. So for email, you really want to use certs issued by a globally recognized S/MIME ...

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