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https://gmail.com/ does not use a bad certificate. Here is its current certificate, as intercepted by Fiddler2: == Server Certificate ========== [Subject] CN=gmail.com, O=Google Inc, L=Mountain View, S=California, C=US [Issuer] CN=Google Internet Authority G2, O=Google Inc, C=US [Serial Number] 4F4A246099981C2C [Not Before] 16/07/2014 10:04:37 PM ...


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gmail.com uses a good certificate, but the server you are connecting to is using Server Name Indication to run virtual hosts on a single address+port. For this to work, the client must tell the server what virtual host it's looking for before the SSL/TLS negotiation is done. Firefox and Chromium (and other clients of similar size) do this automatically. To ...


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Without seeing the headers and specific requests you're referring to, it's only really possible to answer in general terms. Modern web applications, such as GMail make a large number of requests during operation, not just for actions initiated by the user. These may be for things like refreshing UI elements or polling for updates for things like chat ...


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Rather than IP address you should actually use domain address since IP address might easily change. For smtp server in google domain use smtp.gmail.com and port 587. Some details on the topic can be found here. On a side note - IMHO it's really a shameful thing to do to come to superuser.com and ask question before reviewing at least top 3 pages on a ...


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Check your GMail filters, there might be a filter(s) that mark something "read" using a keyword.


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If possible, try changing the Scanners network configuration to use Google's DNS servers. Set the preferred DNS as 8.8.8.8 Set the alternate DNS as 8.8.4.4



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