Outlook – v2010 Error – “An Error occurred in the Underlying security system. Not Enough Memory available to complete the command”

Error

Microsoft – Outlook – v2010 Error – “An Error occurred in the Underlying security system. Not Enough Memory available to complete the command”

 

AnErrorOccurredInTheUnderlyingSecuritySystem

 

Remediation

The problem might be due to the fact that Outlook is trying to access your profile and attach a digital signature to your message.

For current message:

In Outlook 2010:

  1. Access the message
    • By creating a new one
    • By replying \ forwarding an existing one
  2. Click on menu items File \ Info
  3. Click on the “Properties” button
  4. The “Properties” window appears
    • In the “Security” panel, Click on “Security Settings” button
    • In the “Microsoft Outlook Trust Center” section, click on “Trust Center Settings” button
  5. The “Security Properties” window appears
    • Un-check “Add digital signature to this messages”

 

SecurityProperties

 

 

 

To set default (for all subsequent email messages):

In Outlook 2010:

  1. Access Outlook Mail View
  2. Click on menu items File \ Options
  3. The “Outlook Options” window appears
    • In the left panel, Click on “Trust Center”
    • In the “Microsoft Outlook Trust Center” section, click on “Trust Center Settings” button
  4. The “Trust Center” window appears
    • In the left panel, click on “E-mail Security”
    • In the “Encrypted e-mail” section:
      • Review the item “Add digital signature to outgoing messages” – You probably want this item un-checked

 

TrustCenter

 

References

  1. Secure messages with a digital signature
    Applies to: Microsoft Office Outlook 2007
    http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/outlook-help/secure-messages-with-a-digital-signature-HP001230539.aspx

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