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Topic # 25373 19-Aug-2008 21:35
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As the subject suggests, everytime Im using apple mail as of today, I get a dialouge box telling me the certificate has expired.
I could just check the box and "always trust" ihug.co.nz    however I want to know if anyone else has had this problem?

I would provide a screen dump.....but how the heck do you "print screen" on a mac?  



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  Reply # 158196 20-Aug-2008 00:03
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I had this problem once using Thunderbird on Win XP.  It seems I'd clicked the Use SSL if available option.  Unticking this box stopped the popups.

I don't think ihug support secure POP3 (from memory the certificate was a test IronPort one).

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  Reply # 158282 20-Aug-2008 11:11
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Gooseybhai:
I would provide a screen dump.....but how the heck do you "print screen" on a mac?  

cmd-shift-3 saves an image of the entire screen to the desktop, while cmd-shift-4 allows you to select an area with the cursor. You can take a picture of just a single window by pressing cmd-shift-4 and then space (the cursor will change). There's also a utility called "Grab" in the Utilities folder which does much the same things.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 158289 20-Aug-2008 11:30
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Using Windows Mail I get a similar message (expired certificate) from Vodafone's pop server.  The only options are to click Yes or No to keep using the server.  I emailed them about this around a month ago but it's still happening, so I guess it's no surprise that it's now also happening with iHug.

[Edit] From memory, the message box only started appearing 4 or 5 months ago.



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  Reply # 158441 20-Aug-2008 18:54
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thanks guys (for the shortcuts to screen dump).  Yad think after a year and a half i would have learnt that ! (i was surprised help didnt help me)



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  Reply # 158483 20-Aug-2008 21:19
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Hi,

This issue should be fixed now. If it is still happening let me know.

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