server can't verify certificate

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every time I open outlook express to check my mail- I receive an Internet

Security Warning that states: that the server I am connected to is using a

security certificate that can't be verified. Unless i click "yes" to

continue to use the server, i can't receive my email msgs. help! (also

states that the Target principal name is incorrect)
 
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"belku" wrote:


> every time I open outlook express to check my mail- I receive an Internet
> Security Warning that states: that the server I am connected to is using a
> security certificate that can't be verified. Unless i click "yes" to
> continue to use the server, i can't receive my email msgs. help! (also
> states that the Target principal name is incorrect)
 
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Milly Staples [MVP - Outlook]

Try posting this in an Outlook Express news group - this is not one of them.

Outlook is a part of Microsoft Office and is what this group supports.

Outlook Express is a part of Internet Explorer and has its own news groups.

You can also find some good Outlook Express information here:

http://www.insideoutlookexpress.com/


After furious head scratching, belku asked:

| every time I open outlook express to check my mail- I receive an

| Internet Security Warning that states: that the server I am connected

| to is using a security certificate that can't be verified. Unless i

| click "yes" to continue to use the server, i can't receive my email

| msgs. help! (also states that the Target principal name is

| incorrect)
 
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"belku" wrote:


> every time I open outlook express to check my mail- I receive an Internet
> Security Warning that states: that the server I am connected to is using a
> security certificate that can't be verified. Unless i click "yes" to
> continue to use the server, i can't receive my email msgs. help! (also
> states that the Target principal name is incorrect)


I use Outlook 2007 and have been having the same problem that dates back a

while. I tried posting to the community, but got no solution. I use AOL as

my server and cannot believe that they do not have a verified server or

certificate.

Thanks!
 
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Maxim

Hi,

My web host uses the self-signed certificate for SSL connection.

Thus each time I open my Outlook 2003, I get this certificate error. I can

click 'Yes' and go ahead and work with my email account but I would really

like to get rid of that annoying warning.

I've installed the cert in IE. Now I do not receive this warning in my

browser but it's still asking me in Outlook.

Please explain how would I add the cert to a group of trusted in my Outlook?
 
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Jeff Neufer

"Maxim" wrote:


> Hi,

> My web host uses the self-signed certificate for SSL connection.

> Thus each time I open my Outlook 2003, I get this certificate error. I can
> click 'Yes' and go ahead and work with my email account but I would really
> like to get rid of that annoying warning.

> I've installed the cert in IE. Now I do not receive this warning in my
> browser but it's still asking me in Outlook.

> Please explain how would I add the cert to a group of trusted in my Outlook?


For some reason unbeknownst to me, I quit receiving the warning. Perhaps

Microsoft finally decided to recognize a competitor.
 
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