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Server Certificate Expired (SMTP)

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by panaman, Apr 2, 2005.

  1. panaman

    panaman Guest

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    When sending email through a mail client (thunderbird)

    I get this error:

    Server Certificate Expired

    "plesk" is a site that uses a security certificate to encrypt data during transmission, but its certificate expired on 2/24/2005 2:19AM.

    You should check to make sure that your computer's time (currently set to Saturday, April 02, 2005 13:41:02) is correct.

    Would yu like to continue anyway?

    here is a screen shot:
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    If i hit ok it will continue and send the message but this has got to be annoying for my customers.

    I cannot figure out what certificate it is talking about here.
     
  2. panaman

    panaman Guest

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    it apears the client was set to TLS certificate...

    how do you go about purchasing one of these and installing it on the server?
     
  3. wcrigger

    wcrigger Guest

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    My SSL certificate recently expired and my users and myself get the same error message while accessing Plesk. What is the resolution?
     
  4. panaman

    panaman Guest

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    There is no resolution... you just have to deal with it
     
  5. miguelal

    miguelal Guest

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    "Deal with it" can't be the answer!

    Anyone with an acceptable solution?
     
  6. simonmango

    simonmango Guest

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    plesk cert and email problem

    I turned off secure connection and made sure that the domain I was using to send was the same domain as my email domain.
     
  7. boeddy1908

    boeddy1908 Guest

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