Import the keychains in the Keychian Access utility:
- Run Keychain Access from Utilities.
- Click File, and then click Add Keychain.
- The window will open to the default location of Users/<username>/Library/Keychains. Look for the Microsoft_Intermediate_Certificates and Microsoft_Entity_Certificates keychains here.
Note If you do not have one or both of the keychains listed here, see the "More Information" section.
- Select Microsoft_Entity_Certificates, and then click Add.
- Click File, and then click Add Keychain again.
- Select Microsoft_Intermediate_Certificates, and then click Add.
- You will now see the two keychains you added in the Keychains list, and you will be able to manage them.
Import the keychains by using a Terminal command:
- Run Terminal from Utilities.
- Enter the following command to view the current keychain paths. Copy the output of this command to use in the next step.
- Enter the following command to set the keychain paths. Replace "<Path/To/Keychain1>" "<Path/To/Keychain2>" with your actual paths. You can add as many paths as needed.
security list-keychains -s "<Path/To/Keychain1>" "<Path/To/Keychain2>"
Here is an example of the command that will set a keychain path that includes the two common default keychains and the two additional keychains for Outlook for Mac 2011:
security list-keychains -s "/Users/<username>/Library/Keychains/login.keychain" "/Library/Keychains/System.keychain" "/Users/<username>/Library/Keychains/Microsoft_Entity_Certificates" "/Users/<username>/Library/Keychains/Microsoft_Intermediate_Certificates"
Note You can open the path of the Microsoft keychains in Finder, drag them into the Terminal window, and then encapsulate the path in quotation marks.
Article ID: 2957671 - Last Review: 24 Apr 2014 - Revision: 1