This occurs because user ID’s expiration dates are mentioned for each account on the domino server and after expiration these messages appear.
Usually the values are mentioned as 10 years period or values accordingly set by domino developer during the deployment.
Recently few of the lotus notes users were getting the below message on logging to their notes account.
One or more certificate in your notes ID have expired. By looking into this error we really think that this is something to do with the certificate.
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By default, when end users first launch the product, the application prompts them to import any discovered address book.Note the following: The DC release supports RSA-PSS Signing on Windows (April, 2017) and Macintosh (August 2017).RSA-PSS is a new signature scheme that is based on the RSA cryptosystem and provides increased security assurance.We've compiled some of our most frequently asked questions about Lotus Notes/Domino error messages and accompanying expert answers and suggestions from knowledgeable peers on our ITKnowledge Exchange. Our editors put together this complimentary 19-page guide on everything you need to know about obtaining an IT certification—with special attention given to cloud and desktop certifications.If you're receiving error messages when accessing Lotus Notes databases, migrating to Lotus Notes 8 or when synchronizing a Black Berry mobile device with Lotus Notes, you'll find the answers to fix it here. I have a Lotus Notes user who is receiving the following message: "You have requested to sign this Internet message, but your current ID does not specify an Internet certificate for signing.