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  • Ex07 POP3/SMTP TLS cert priority

    Hi,

    For a couple of reasons I have a client that wishes to use POP3 for some machines internally. I have set it up so it can send and receive using a new certificate for pop3 over port 995. When it tries to send out however using port25 SSL it seems to still use the default exchange certificate not the new cert. Obviously the exchange generated one isn't trusted as a valid root cert and this gives me the error

    Code:
    The server you are connected to is using a security certificate
    that could not be verified.
    A certificate chain processed, but terminated in a root
    certificate which is not trusted by the trust provider. 
    Do you want to continue using this server?
    I've tried removing the default cert and confirmed that the new cert is enabled for the correct things POP, SMTP, IIS
    The only thing I can think of so far is that the cert isn't valid for that use maybe?

    I've used google but not found anything yet that has helped.

    EDIT: I have also tried 587 for outbound SMTP as well with the same results
    Last edited by AndyJG247; 25th June 2008, 12:13.
    cheers
    Andy

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    Re: Ex07 POP3/SMTP TLS cert priority

    Has the certificate been enabled for the POP3 service?

    get-exchangecertificate

    Check for P in the services list.

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      Re: Ex07 POP3/SMTP TLS cert priority

      Yep, thanks. There are 2 certs showing with get-cert. The "default" one with just SMTP and the other cert with IPWS
      cheers
      Andy

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