SafeHouse provides a number of intuitive ways for volume passwords to be added to your smartcard.
If you are using a smartcard with SafeHouse, the software works on the basic assumption that you'll want most, if not all, of your passwords saved to the smartcard. As such, SafeHouse watches for volumes that you access which are not listed in your smartcard and will ask you if you'd like to get them listed. And then there's always the manual way using the Stored Passwords dialog (pictured below).
If you open a volume which is not currently listed in your smartcard (meaning you have to manually type the password), SafeHouse will ask you if you would like to add the password for that volume to your smartcard. If you decline, SafeHouse remembers this and will not ask again for that volume.
If you change a password for a volume which is not already in your smartcard, the smartcard will automatically be updated.
You can add passwords manually using the Stored Passwords dialog pictured below. Click the Add button and fill in the form. See How to Manage Stored Passwords for details.
All of the above methods assume that you've enabled smartcard support within SafeHouse.
Use this dialog to manually add passwords to your smartcard. Click the Add button.
See How to Manage Stored Passwords.