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10.3: Obtaining server SSL certificates
Authored by: dborod on Nov 04, '03 11:35:19AM

This only works if you add it to the 'X509Anchors' keychain. You'll need to add this keychain by selecting the 'Add Keychain...' menu item from the 'File' menu and adding the file from /System/Library/Keychains/



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10.3: Obtaining server SSL certificates
Authored by: MattHaffner on Nov 06, '03 03:11:37PM

I didn't need to add this keychain, it was in the dialog for importing already. And, I didn't need to add it for Mail to bypass the launch dialog. However, the chain is not listed in Keychain Access until you do the 'Add...', so you won't be able to view or modify the cert until then.



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10.3: Obtaining server SSL certificates
Authored by: mejarvis on Jan 23, '04 01:00:07AM

There is a good deal of comment all over here on how to automate acceptance of these certificates. Unfortunately, it does not all seem to agree, and there are a lot of "Yes, buts...". Would someone kindly condense these and post an authoritative summary? It would be huge favor.



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10.3: Obtaining server SSL certificates
Authored by: zarqman on Feb 10, '04 09:56:45PM

i doubled clicked on the .cer file, told it to to add it to the X509Anchors keychain, and it worked from there. i tried adding it to my personal keychain, and even with 'always trust' it still didn't work. best of luck....



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