IMAP/POP/SMTP SSL Cert warning
Clients using Mac-Mail, Outlook Express ( both on MAC and Windows ) and Thunderbird ( clients tested this far though I would suspect all of them would have this issue ) get the following warning every time they open/launch their client:
"The server you are connected to is using a security certificate that could not be verified.
A certificate chain processed correctly, but terminated in a root certificate which is not trusted by the trust provider.
Do you want to continue using this server
Now, realizing that self signed certs will do this, poked around on openssl and other sites to try to figure out how to export or make a root cert that I can add to the client machines to avoid that warning, work right, etc.,etc.
So, my question being: Can someone point me in the right direction, as to which cert I need to copy from the Zimbra server or cert I would need to create/export in order to add it to a client store to act as a root certifier?
Thanks in advance. :-)
edit: Running 3.1.4 on FC4
Choose The Correct Keychain
For 3.) above, likely the Mac user will have several keychains, and they will need to add the cert to the X.509 keychain to eliminate the certificate challenge going forward.
Originally Posted by cranch