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    Default Invalid or untrusted server

    I'm getting the following error.

    Invalid or untrusted server SSL certificate
    Accepting this certificate poses potential security threats to your data.

    Here are the details:
    mail.isdbd.org presented a certificate that cannot be verified.

    Certificate Issued To
    Common Name (CN) localhost.localdomain
    Organization Unit (OU) SomeOrganizationalUnit
    Organization (O) SomeOrganization
    Serial Number 0
    Certificate Issued By
    Common Name (CN) localhost.localdomain
    Organization Unit (OU) SomeOrganizationalUnit
    Organization (O) SomeOrganization
    Certificate Validity
    Issued On Fri Apr 10 10:30:30 BDT 2009
    Expires On Sat Apr 10 10:30:30 BDT 2010
    Certificate Fingerprints
    SHA1 Fingerprint 84978A808D0524768B6773E98834455A157CC479
    MD5 Fingerprint E1EB1703525F8E7BCB318B248B141FB9

    Now, I'll be honest, I get this error everywhere. Chrome hates this, Firefox isn't too keen on it either. Most things don't but I can get them to accept it.

    Zimbra looks very interesting, myself and a few colleagues are looking at it as a suitable program for use in our school. Is there a way to get the certificate accepted? Alternatively, how do I get our IT people to fix this issue and generate a trusted certificate (hopefully a no-money solution)?

    And if it's of any help, this problem is happening on a Windows XP Pro system.

    Thanks a lot in advance.

    David

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    phoenix is online now Zimbra Consultant & Moderator
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    When you create an account in Zimbra Desktop and hit the Validate & Save button you'll see the message you've posted above 'Invalid or untrusted....etc.'. At the bottom of that screen is the Validate & Save button, click on that to permanently accept the certificate in ZD.

    Quote Originally Posted by djmiles View Post
    Alternatively, how do I get our IT people to fix this issue and generate a trusted certificate (hopefully a no-money solution)?
    They will have to install a certificate from a recognised authority, most of them cost money but there are some free providers around (usually free certificates are for individuals) you'd need to do a search on the internet for them.
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    Bill


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    I tried clicking on that button but it just loops back to the same screen. I've tried several times to no avail, it doesn't achieve anything.

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