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Fix certificate errors in Safari and Mail when using AKO Apps
Every person in the US Army is required to maintain an AKO (Army Knowledge Online) account. AKO webmail is a terrible web interface for email, but soldiers are forced to use it. All Army military email addresses (@us.army.mil and @usar.armry.mil) are AKO addresses, and they cannot be automatically forwarded to commercial addresses (yahoo, msn, aol, .com, .edu, etc -- only .gov and .mil are supported). I hate AKO email and check my account only when told. One day, when I was getting "smoked" by my First Sergeant for not checking my email, I stared at the asphalt and thought to myself, "There has to be a better way."

You are allowed access to your account using POP3, but Mail just won't work with it for some reason. Safari consistently gives error messages about "certificates" and unknown authorities, which make AKO all the more nasty. The Army does have a site that tells Windows users how to avoid the Certificate dialogs, and has a program PC users can download that will set up their PC to not suck so much when accessing AKO, but Mac users are completely ignored.

I found a lot of people who had the same problem, but no answers. Then I stumbled onto a solution that fixed the two issues, but it was a back-and-fourth between two people with a fairly advanced understanding of internet protocol, and it was incomprehensible. So, to the servicemen and women who like Mail and Safari, but hate AKO as much as I do, I offer the following fix ... and maybe someone will figure an easier way to do this.

Open up TextEdit and create four .txt files. Copy and paste the following code into each file. Note that your TextEdit preferences must be set such that new files are created as plain text documents and not RTF documents. File 1:
# Subject Name: CN=DoD CLASS 3 Root CA, OU=PKI, OU=DoD, O=U.S. Government, C=US
# Issuer Name: CN=DoD CLASS 3 Root CA, OU=PKI, OU=DoD, O=U.S. Government, C=US
# Expiration Date: May 14, 2020
-----BEGIN CERTIFICATE-----
MIICZzCCAdCgAwIBAgIBBDANBgkqhkiG9w0BAQUFADBhMQswCQYDVQQGEwJVUzEYMBYGA1UEChMP
VS5TLiBHb3Zlcm5tZW50MQwwCgYDVQQLEwNEb0QxDDAKBgNVBAsTA1BLSTEcMBoGA1UEAxMTRG9E
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DDE0INx/L6j7Ob6V7jhZAmLB3mwVT+DfnbvkeXMk/WNklfdKqJkfSGWVx3u/eDLneg==
-----END CERTIFICATE-----[code]

<b>File 2:</b>

[code]# Subject Name: CN=DOD CLASS 3 CA-3, OU=PKI, OU=DoD, O=U.S. Government, C=US
# Issuer Name: CN=DoD CLASS 3 Root CA, OU=PKI, OU=DoD, O=U.S. Government, C=US
# Expiration Date: July 4, 2006
-----BEGIN CERTIFICATE-----
MIIEFTCCA36gAwIBAgIBETANBgkqhkiG9w0BAQUFADBhMQswCQYDVQQGEwJVUzEYMBYGA1UEChMP
VS5TLiBHb3Zlcm5tZW50MQwwCgYDVQQLEwNEb0QxDDAKBgNVBAsTA1BLSTEcMBoGA1UEAxMTRG9E
IENMQVNTIDMgUm9vdCBDQTAeFw0wMDA3MDUxMzAwMjlaFw0wNjA3MDQxMzAwMjlaMF4xCzAJBgNV
BAYTAlVTMRgwFgYDVQQKEw9VLlMuIEdvdmVybm1lbnQxDDAKBgNVBAsTA0RvRDEMMAoGA1UECxMD
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gQDKNghyPlKNRo7Gy246FKTIWuKCN26C3+BM6ZfLwmOBmhuotI+E8gzBAaCkjoO1pFb39ZW3FX7/
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Iqa3+RhIxoBUHDgJwKeURH9KxZ7Ca/c=
-----END CERTIFICATE-----
File 3:
# Subject Name: CN=DOD CLASS 3 CA-4, OU=PKI, OU=DoD, O=U.S. Government, C=US
# Issuer Name: CN=DoD CLASS 3 Root CA, OU=PKI, OU=DoD, O=U.S. Government, C=US
# Expiration Date: July 4, 2006
-----BEGIN CERTIFICATE-----
MIIEFTCCA36gAwIBAgIBDzANBgkqhkiG9w0BAQUFADBhMQswCQYDVQQGEwJVUzEYMBYGA1UEChMP
VS5TLiBHb3Zlcm5tZW50MQwwCgYDVQQLEwNEb0QxDDAKBgNVBAsTA1BLSTEcMBoGA1UEAxMTRG9E
IENMQVNTIDMgUm9vdCBDQTAeFw0wMDA3MDUxMjU1NDNaFw0wNjA3MDQxMjU1NDNaMF4xCzAJBgNV
BAYTAlVTMRgwFgYDVQQKEw9VLlMuIEdvdmVybm1lbnQxDDAKBgNVBAsTA0RvRDEMMAoGA1UECxMD
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-----END CERTIFICATE-----
File 4:
# Subject Name: CN=DOD CLASS 3 CA-7,OU=PKI,OU=DoD,O=U.S. Government,C=US
# Issuer Name: CN=DOD CLASS 3 CA-7,OU=PKI,OU=DoD,O=U.S. Government,C=US

-----BEGIN CERTIFICATE-----
MIIEFTCCA36gAwIBAgIBJDANBgkqhkiG9w0BAQUFADBhMQswCQYDVQQGEwJVUzEY
MBYGA1UEChMPVS5TLiBHb3Zlcm5tZW50MQwwCgYDVQQLEwNEb0QxDDAKBgNVBAsT
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-----END CERTIFICATE-----
Find a nice place to save the files. I saved mine in /System -> Library -> Keychains. Save them as plain text files (Western Mac OS Roman) and make sure that the Hide Extension box in the Save As dialog is not checked. Now, with the extensions visible, change them each from .txt to .cer (for 'certificate').

Go to the AKO login site, and you will get a dialog saying something like Safari can't verify the identity of the website www.us.army.mil. If it doesn't say that, then you're not totally logged out, so close Safari and start it up again, and it will give the error message. Click the Show Certificate button. Check the Always trust these certifictes box. Expand the triangle next to Trust Settings, and make sure both drop down menus say Always Trust. Click the Continue button and log into AKO.

Select Email in your AKO main page, and you'll get another error message. Do the same thing as before -- check the box, set the settings to Always Trust, click Continue, and now you're in your AKO email. You can log out now or just leave it open. It doesn't matter.

Open up Keychain Access in /Applications -> Utilities. Select Certificates in the left hand menu. The main section of the window should list webmail.us.army.mil and www.us.army.mil as two of your certificates (possibly among others). Select Import... from the File menu. Navigate to the location were you saved the four .cer files, and open each one.

Once the four certificate files are listed with the other certificate files, you can quit Keychain Access. Now, test things by quitting Safari and opening it back up again. Now, when you log in to AKO, you won't get those error messages. But the real prize is this: You can set up Apple's Mail program to handle all your AKO email, and you'll be able to use all the nice filters and easy editing and everything that makes Mail the best email client (my opinion) that I've ever seen.

To set up Mail for AKO, do the following. Open Mail (if it was open when you did all the certificate stuff, you'll need to close it then reopen it again). Select Preferences from the Mail menu. Click the plus sign in the lower left hand corner. Enter this info:
  • Account type: POP
  • Account description: AKO email
  • Full name: Your Name
  • Email address: your.name@us.army.mil (or usar.army.mil - for AGR's I think)
  • Incoming server: pop.us.army.mil
  • Username: your.name
  • Password: *****

    If you get some kind of error at this point, don't worry, you'll fix that in a minute.

  • Check Use Secure Sockets Layer (SSL)
  • Authentication: Password
  • Outgoing mail server or SMTP server: mailrouter.us.army.mil
  • Check use authentication, make sure AKO user name and password are entered
  • Outgoing mail Security: Password
Note that there are three tabs: Account Information, Mailbox Behaviors, and Advanced. In Account Information, click SMTP Server Settings and make sure the server port is 465, SSL is checked, and Authentication is Password. In the Advanced tab, be sure port is 995, SSL is checked, and Authentication is Password.

All other settings are up to you. If you're using Tiger, go to Window -> Connection Doctor to test your settings. If the SMTP fails, you might need to call your tech support for your internet connection, and ask if you're allowed to use port 465 for SMTP. Supposedly, Earthlink, Mindspring, Prodigy, AT&T Worldnet, WestWorld Global, and COX@Home all have such a hitch. If so (I haven't tried to be sure), they say you need to uncheck SSL for the outgoing/SMTP server, change the port to 25, and change the servername to smtp.earthlink.net, smtp.prodigy.net, imailhost.worldnet.att.net, mail, or mail.wgn.net, respectively.

You should now have a slick and easy way to handle all the stuff that comes and goes through AKO. I really hope this helps somebody!
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Fix certificate errors in Safari and Mail when using AKO
Authored by: mvp1717 on Jun 16, '06 09:32:56AM

please delete those certificates from this page ASAP. i dont think that they are public and that you have to login to AKO to retreive them.



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Fix certificate errors in Safari and Mail when using AKO
Authored by: robg on Jun 16, '06 09:44:35AM
I don't think that's the case at all, since they're publicly available on a .mil server as of right now:

http://www.chra.army.mil/oracle11i/certdb.txt

Unless someone tells me different, it seems to me that these are public certificates...

-rob.

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Fix certificate errors in Safari and Mail when using AKO
Authored by: mvp1717 on Jun 16, '06 09:38:01AM
Fix certificate errors in Safari and Mail when using AKO
Authored by: mvp1717 on Jun 16, '06 10:04:29AM

i stand corrected, my mistake



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Fix certificate errors in Safari and Mail when using AKO
Authored by: thecloud on Jun 16, '06 10:38:51AM
A much easier way to do this, if you are running Tiger:
Launch Keychain Access, choose Keychain List from the Edit menu, click the '+' button, then navigate to /System/Library/Keychains/X509Certificates and add that keychain to your list. (It contains the DoD intermediate certificates, but is not active by default.)

This was previously mentioned here: http://www.macosxhints.com/comment.php?mode=display&format=threaded&order=ASC&pid=56542

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Fix certificate errors in Safari and Mail when using AKO
Authored by: boredzo on Jun 16, '06 11:02:49AM

BTW, the /code tag after the first certificate is broken.



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Fix certificate errors in Safari and Mail when using AKO
Authored by: rhowell on Jun 16, '06 11:10:38AM

Similar to a reply above, you should be able to do the following. When the Certificate Warning appears in Mail.app, select Show Certificate. In addition to the certificate information, a Certificate Icon will appear.

Drag this icon to your Desktop. Double-click the icon on your Desktop, and it will automatically be added to your keychain.



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Fix certificate errors in Safari and Mail when using AKO
Authored by: crookedcrowman on Jun 16, '06 12:03:10PM
Actually, Mail.app works just fine for accessing AKO via POP (not so well for IMAP—it's too slow—but that's being worked on as we speak). I've been using Mail to read my AKO mail for almost four years (I do agree with your sentiments on the webmail interface—yuck!).

There's a page to set up POP Mail access here:
http://www.army.mil/ako/email/mac.html

On that page, you will also find the instructions for installing the DoD certs in the keychain (a process already explained above...someone beat me to the punch!)

Hope that helps.

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AKO and Macs, the straight dope.
Authored by: jeffbates on Jun 16, '06 12:04:57PM
You can access the AKO email instructions on the Army Home Page here:

http://www.army.mil/ako/email/mac.html

It provides information on adding the DOD certs to your keychain as well as how to setup Apple Mail to access your AKO email. Even though the Mail instructions state that you can use IMAP, I would suggest you stick with POP for now.

On a related note, if you are running Tiger, it is quite easy to use your CAC for logging in to AKO (Safari) and digitally signing your mail (Mail). In the future there will be an AKO help page that details how to use the CAC on a Mac.

Please note that the AKO Mac help pages are written by Mac users at AKO. So the information has been tested and known to work.

A person at the Naval Postgraduate School that has written an excellent document detailing the steps for getting your CAC working on your Mac. Depending on the part number of the SCR331 reader you have, you may need to do an intermediate firmware flash before the final one detailed in the document.

http://cisr.nps.navy.mil/downloads/nps_cs_06_009.pdf


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Fix certificate errors in Safari and Mail when using AKO
Authored by: crankph on Jun 17, '06 06:02:22PM

First thing I thought of when I saw this was why talk about the certs when using the Mail.app. Here's my solution: and I work closely with the guys at AKO since they're part of the samer organization I work for:

you need to use the IMAP protocol, not POP.
the incoming mail server will be imap.us.army .mil
the outgoing mail server is mailrouter.us.army.mil
your user name: first.last
your password: uknowwhatitis

I have NEVER had a problem accessing AKO mail using Apple's Mail.app. or Entourage for that matter.

hope this helps you.



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Fix certificate errors in Safari and Mail when using AKO
Authored by: label on Jun 19, '06 08:37:47AM

Great tip. Installing these certificates eliminated all the extra warnings I was getting logging into the AKO website and using Mail.app to check POP email on AKO. It even eliminated the extra warning logging into the Walter Reed Medical Center outlook webmail page.

Thank you.



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Fix certificate errors in Safari and Mail when using AKO
Authored by: cerniuk on Jun 19, '06 09:07:41AM
There is actually a very staunch Macintosh contingency in the AKO NOC. The Army Homepage, part of AKO, runs on Mac OS X / XServe. Although outside their lane, that team tries to produce supporting documentation, hints and tips for the AKO Portal users. One tip for all Mac users is to use Camino for a better portal experience. Safari has a show stopper bug that the portal illuminates constantly and Camino bypasses that. I keep Camino around for strictly that reason. Anyway, if you do a search in google for AKO + mac + mail + settings, currently the 8th entry is http://www.army.mil/ako/email/index.html . Also, the contact form on the public AKO pages at http://www.army.mil/ako/ are monitored by the Army Homepage IT team... If all Mac users would send in praises or polite but firm complaints with specific examples of portal problems to the AKO Help Desk, AKO will listen. Right now, Mac users are not squeaky wheels and it is believed that no Mac users use the portal... Send the polite but firm complaints to the Help Desk, not the public form listed above. No squeak, no oil... squeak loud, hard and often for results. A considerable number of Generals and high ranking Army civilians are Mac users and they should not hesitate to voice opinion either and especially now... The Help Desk feedback link is on this page: http://help.us.army.mil/cgi-bin/rightnow.cfg/php/enduser/home.php. Make sure you use your AKO email address on the form.

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Fix certificate errors in Safari and Mail when using AKO
Authored by: macsadmn on Jul 12, '06 03:36:11PM

This hint ROCKS! I've been annoyed by the certificate warnings for years now when using Mail.app. I've tried every way that AKO says to fix it and I've never been successfil. THIS HINT WORKS! Thank you :-)



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Fix certificate errors in Safari and Mail when using AKO
Authored by: aaron west on Nov 10, '06 01:41:25PM

I've tried this now several times and I can't get it to work. Any ideas?



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Fix certificate errors in Safari and Mail when using AKO
Authored by: US_Soldier on Apr 22, '07 02:14:20AM

Thank you for the hint. Problem solved.



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