Re: Server certificate expired

2009-01-09 Thread simbabque
Hello Jernej,

Wednesday, January 7, 2009, 7:32:28 PM, Jernej Simončič wrote:

 If you're the server admin, you have to replace the certificate on the
 server. Otherwise, you need to notify the server administrator to do
 it.

Thanks for the reply. That's what I did eventually. The admin was busy
fighting a virus and forgot. There's no antivir against old common
flu... ;)

Regards,

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Server certificate expired

2009-01-07 Thread simbabque
Hello *,

When I try to get my mail, the server tells me my cert has expired:

 !07.01.2009, 16:37:28: FETCH - TLS handshake failure. Invalid server 
 certificate (This certificate has expired).

So far, so well, it expired a few days ago. I went to the adressbook
and deleted the old cert, thinking that might get it to request a new
one. But that's not what it does.

My deleting the cert was several days ago and even after restarting TB
it still uses the old (gone?) cert. It seems to still be somewhere in
there...

How do I get rid of the old one and tell it go get me a new one?

Regards,
simbabque

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Re: Server certificate expired

2009-01-07 Thread Jernej Simončič
On Wednesday, January 7, 2009, 16:54:40, simbabque wrote:

 How do I get rid of the old one and tell it go get me a new one?

If you're the server admin, you have to replace the certificate on the
server. Otherwise, you need to notify the server administrator to do
it.

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