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10.3:Even Easier way to manager Certificates
Authored by: dsmiley on Sep 03, '04 09:47:01PM

Wow, I've finally gotten it to work! Thanks for all your help. It took me a while, but I finally realized what I had to do was ad the certificate to the X509 *Certificate* keychain (not the "Anchors" one noted here).

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10.3:Even Easier way to manager Certificates
Authored by: mgiorget on Nov 11, '04 02:25:16PM

Hello I am experiencing this problem with apple mail/keychain: I am trying to add a certificate of a server, smtp; when I just accept it while trying to send the email e get this message:
""Mail was unable to verify the identity of this server, which has a certificate issued to "xxx". The error was:The certficate for the server is invalid.You might be connecting to a computer that is pretending to be "xxx", and putting your confidential information at risk."
Do you think it is the server's fault?
And another question: if I try to add a certificate to Keychain, there is no X509 Anchor keychain; shall I just create a new keychain naming it like that or is there a better way?
thank you

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