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I keep getting a message that says "certificate CN name does not match passed value. Also all the spam from another e-mail account keeps coming into the current account.

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  • childofjoy Sep 25, 2008

    I already did all of that and it still keeps happening. There is another note that comes up and says "530 Authentication"

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Got email options in your email and find SSL cert and remove and then to back and add new one.

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It seems your e-mail setup in Facebook is not set up properly.

This is a security procedure to confirm that the e-mail account holder and the Facebook account holder are one and the same.

Open the spam/junk folder in your e-mail account to check if the e-mails have been re-routed there accidentally by the spam/junk folder. Mark any e-mails from Facebook as 'not spam/junk'. Then go back to your e-mail inbox and open any Facebook e-mail that apears there and follow the instructions in it to confirm your e-mail address (probably by clicking on a link or by copying and pasting a code into your Facebook Setup page).

After this you should be able to use your Facebook account without further messages.

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1. I think you are getting this message because some of the Yahoo! Mail users has declared your e-mails as "SPAM"!

2. Thats why you are not allowed to send any more mails to anybody!

3. You should contact the Yahoo! support for the solution of this problem!

Yahoo! Support :
http://help.yahoo.com/l/us/yahoo/mail/yahoomail/technical/technical-06.html;_ylt=Avo1V9qhk8fNhWLsGMeZFiEunCN4

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