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I plan to open source this tool once I've done just a little more testing with other people. Drop me an email if you're interested. I'm looking for around 5 people who have the time, know how to deal with SSL stuff already, and already have the Notes 9.x admin client on their machines.
The idea behind open sourcing for me, is that I've created the functional tool, and there's a lot of room for making it nicer looking and adding other kinds of functionality.
For example, this tool allows you to create and save "CA Certificate Chains" which include the trusted root certificate and intermediate certificates from your preferred CAs. This way you can just select that CA chain when you do the import and you'll get the right certificates in the right order. One cool thing would be to get a bunch of people to submit common CA chains so they're already created.
The tool is designed so you fill out a few required fields, and click "Create Certificate Request". Then when you get the certificate back, you paste it in and select your preferred CA Chain (or create one if it's the first time you're getting a certificate from that authority). Then click "Generate Keyring File".
That's it. You get this output:
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