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[EnGarde] Re: SSL,

From: Sergio Bayona <sergio_bayona_at_nospam>
Date: Sat Oct 13 2001 - 18:54:01 GMT
To: engarde-users@engardelinux.org


Sorry, I do not mean to confuse you more. The stuff I wrote previously is for when you are browsing the internet and you enter a secure site that has a self-signed key, so that was probably not what you wanted.

Sergio

>From: "Marcus Redivo" <mredivo@binarytool.com>
>Reply-To: engarde-users@engardelinux.org
>To: <engarde-users@engardelinux.org>
>Subject: [EnGarde] Re: SSL,
>Date: Sat, 13 Oct 2001 09:18:58 -0700
>
>Sergio Bayona wrote:
>
> >You can do it by installing the certificate in the "trusted root
> >certification authorities" on your IE or NN.
>
>I'm using Outlook 2000 on NT4, and I went through a bunch of this stuff
>when I
>was first trying to get this all to work. I no longer recall exactly what I
>did.
>
>But later, I installed Windows 2000/Outlook 2000 on another machine. I was
>able to pop mail from my Engarde server _without_ any Outlook warnings or
>certificate manipulations.
>
>I think that what Outlook is trying to say with this (confusing) message is
>"Hey, you're trying to get mail from 'mail.binarytool.com', but the
>responding
>machine's cert is for 'foo.bar.com'. Are you sure you want to do this?" It
>does not appear to be interested in the chain of certification from a known
>root.
>
>If someone knows for certain that I'm wrong about this, please let us know.
>I'm just relating my experience here.
>
>BTW Ryan, I'm using IE5 on my NT box and have never had any trouble with
>any
>aspect of Engarde because of it.
>
>Marcus Redivo
>
>The Binary Tool Foundry
>PO Box 2087 Stn Main
>Sidney BC V8L 3S3 Canada
>mailto:mredivo@binarytool.com
>http://www.binarytool.com
>
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