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Location of Outlook certificate warning setting

My hosting provider misconfigured their email server using a self-signed certificate that had CA=TRUE set. Only way I was able to retrieve business emails for a few days was to tell Outlook to accept ...
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Email without SSL

I have been trying to setup LabTech Email settings. Unfortunately, it accepts only email settings that are not encrypted; no SSL/TLS i.e POP 110 and SMTP 25. Tried to setup SMTPSSL in the same, but no ...
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Thunderbird: SSL/TLS vs. STARTTLS

Following up this question on serverfault "Is STARTTLS more safe than TLS/SSL?" it came up that the question is rather a question about Thunderbird and not about the actual protocols. Also, if you ...
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Why is SMTP over SSL between email servers not so popular? [closed]

In my understanding, most of email servers use SMTP/POP/IMAP over SSL to encrypt the email. It supports encryption when client (UA) send email to server (MTA) and UA receive email from MTA. However, ...
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Security Warning: The Server you are connected to is using a security certificate that cannot be verified. The Target principal name is incorrect

I'm trying to get my mails using Outlook 2007 and POP3 using SSL but I get this security warning every time I try to receive mails: The Server you are connected to is using a security certificate ...
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How is encryption handled when different email clients send emails securely?

Whose public key is used to encrypt email from me@myemailservice.com to you@youremailservice.com? My email client can't have the public key of every person in the world I could possibly write an email ...
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How can I get Thunderbird to import a secure LDAP certificate?

I've got an LDAP server configured for in Thunderbird's address book (ldap.example.com). I'd like to use the SSL version, so I checked the 'Use SSL' box. It starts to work, but I get a certificate ...
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The server does not support a SSL connection

I cannot SEND any e-mails in Windows 7 I get the above message. Some advice says change outgoing port from 25 to 587 I cannot find how to do this. anybody know how to do this or am I just??? Thank ...
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Email service without SSL authentication

Does anyone know an email service that doesn't require the SSL or TLS authentication to send mails throught smtp? Edit: I don't know almost anythings about smtpm servers; the PC of my customer is ...
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Looking for web mail where entire session is SSL [closed]

I am looking for a web-UI email service where the entire session is SSL (encrypted). Gmail and Yahoo Mail are both web applications but SSL is only used for the login page, the rest of the session ...