Security Error Domain Name Mismatch Thunderbird
Published 05/8/07 SHOW ARCHIVED READER COMMENTS (9) Comments (9) May 9, 2007 Techie Buzz Cool tip, I have been seeing this error quite a lot of time while using the url However, there is a problem with the site's security certificate. If the CA certificate looks valid you can add a security exception for your email providers SSL certificate using Tools -> Account Settings -> an_account_name -> Security -> View Certificates -> Tags: thunderbird Email This BlogThis! my review here
It is also possible that a self-signed certificate could be installed instead of a server-specific security certificate issued by a Certificate Authority (like DigiCert), or that the domain name was misspelled I have googled and searched through settings but have not found anything. The input field length should be limited to the length displayed.Edit: TCH-Bruce - I edited the topic title as well as the link to the extension. -Alex Howlett http://www.leepvr.com|http://www.suncho.com Back to mail.my-domain.com). -- I.e., in your case, just use [HOSTSITE] instead of [MYSITE]. *I'm guessing that this would be "[HOSTSITE]" -- though you can double check this by pinging the personal domain's Bonuses
The new 'Security Exception' feature included in Firefox 3 means that RMD is no longer required. Google Chrome: "This is probably not the site you are looking for! Another way is to install the Remember Mismatched Domains extension into Thunderbird. I could not access my Yahoo email because of the error.
Email client solutions There are various client-specific solutions, which most often involve simply turning off the warning about a domain mismatch. If I click OK on the error screen the email is there, but clicking on it every time Thunderbird opens is a bit of a bother. This may be caused by a misconfiguration on the server or by something more serious. This happens because DreamHost's mail server certificate is assigned to *.mail.dreamhost.com, and not your specific domain.
However, the extension you post would be handy if someone wanted to check email via SSL, although in all my years of emailing, I have yet to use a SSL email i.e. *.mail.dreamhost.com was accepted for a a1.postal.mail.dreamhost.com host, when it really should have specified *.postal.mail.dreamhost.com. Please do not use this form for any other reason. https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/thunderbird/addon/remember-mismatched-domains/ If you get this error for a port that is normally used by a different protocol or a insecure connection, be suspicious.
Press the View Certificate button, look at the certificate, and find out who who is the Certificate Authority by looking at the Organization listed in Issued By. An example is using Merak IceWarp version 10.3.5 as a IMAP server.  A temporary workaround until your mail servers are updated is to: Temporarily put NSS_SSL_CBC_RANDOM_IV=0 in the environment on Should you need assistance in these areas, please contact our Help Desk or our many other options. Contact our support team with any additional questions or concerns.
Several functions may not work. But until they do, this thing works like a charm.Good luck to everyone who doesn't use Thunderbird. =)EDIT:There's a bug in these forums. Next MySQL databases
View the SSH article for instructions on how to open your terminal. http://onlivetalk.com/security-error/security-error-net.php Switched back to Classic view for mail and the problem went away. February 15, 2008 What is Firefox? What SPF records do I use?
To get around the shared certificate issue you could purchase your own certificate and have it installed. From now on, I come here first. -Alex Howlett http://www.leepvr.com|http://www.suncho.com Back to top Back to CPanel and Site Maintenance 0 user(s) are reading this topic 0 members, 0 guests, 0 anonymous And here's thesamewarning message once the extension isinstalled. get redirected here Cheers, Jonathan December 23, 2007 Sridhar Hi This is the problem that iam facing each time when i run application in firefox.
Tac Anti Spam from Surrey Forum Skip to main content Web Hosting and Cloud Computing Control Panels Toggle navigation Main menuDocumentation Download Forums Support Issues Buy Account Login HomeForumsSupportHelp! (Home for Where server3.DomainOne.com is the name of the server and DomainTwo.com is the name of the virtual site. The certificate is only valid for the following names: www.otherdomain.com , otherdomain.com" "You have attempted to establish a connection with "www.site.com".
But this was the last hill for email.
This is the last time I saw this error for this particular bookmark. but iam not getting this Security warning in IE. Click the OK button in the warning dialog box and it won't bother you again until the mail server is reconfigured. However, its recommended that you contact your email provider to try to find out why that problem is happening.  If you are using Avast!, upgraded from an earlier version of
Q "the wax tadpole" Ars Tribunus Militum Tribus: It becomes normal... scribblerguy Wise, Aged Ars Veteran Registered: Oct 25, 2007Posts: 150 Posted: Sun Jul 13, 2008 11:55 am It would help if we had more information (is this a home-brew email server, https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/thunderbird/addon/2131 This will add the " do not show this again " box to the alert. useful reference It typically defaults to 1.
I'm using it there. Trusting the certificate in Mail.app For Mail.app version 8.1 on Mac OS X 10.10.1 and above, select “always trust” for the certificate, as shown below: See Re-Trust SSL Cert for further If the login details are correct, it shouldn't matter. Create an Add-ons Account or log in to your current account close Report Abuse If you suspect this add-on violates our policies or has security or privacy issues, please use the
After about 45 minutes he found that the problem was with the new Firefox mail view. falko, Jul 26, 2007 #6 mi5hu New Member it`s working 10x mi5hu, Aug 2, 2007 #7 (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Share While it tests the web server, the mail server is typically configured the same way. Back to top #4 TCH-Rob TCH-Rob Help Desk Manager Members 7,797 posts Posted 20 February 2006 - 10:17 AM Welcome to the forums Alex Back to top #5 TCH-Thomas TCH-Thomas Volunteer
If you can't find one try to find a CA certificate that you can import. To determine which server name to use: Log into your DreamHost Panel. Arrow keys in Excel scrolls instead of moving curs... Add extra features and styles to make Thunderbird your own.
Log in or register to post comments #2 Fri, 12/26/2008 - 19:00 andreychek Well, what you did is exactly right -- and remember, this is how Apache SSL certs work as If they give you any pushback about Thunderbird not being an officially supported email client try to duplicate the problem using Firefox to log into webmail. Is there a better way to setup the email? cctex10, Jun 14, 2006 #4 mi5hu New Member i have a similar situation with virtual hosting for first domain i recreate the certificate, but for the second i receive "domain name