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Getting an annoying message constantly

"you are attempting to open a secure connection, but the server's certificate is not trusted". My choices are:
Continue
Close connection
View certificate
Trust certificate

When I click continue, close, or view certificate, the message repeats itself. When I click "trust" it asks for my "key store password" of which I am ignorant.

This has just started and is relentless in its repeatability, even when I am texting, calling, or emailing.

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  • Anonymous Jan 26, 2009

    same prolem on 8120 - frustrating

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Just got off the phone with Sprint support... who answered my call in about 10 seconds(wow). Apparently RIM sent out "bad service books" a few weeks ago, so you need to delete two of them, and then reconnect the host routing table. I have no idea what any of this means, but follow these steps:

OPTIONS/ ADVANCED OPTIONS
CHOOSE SERVICE BOOK
FIND: "NEXTEL MMS TRANSPORT" RIGHT CLICK ON THE MENU BUTTON AND DELETE
FIND: "MMS CLIENT" RIGHT CLICK ON THE MENU BUTTON AND DELETE

HIT BACK BUTTON
CHOOSE "HOST ROUTING TABLE"
HIT MENU KEY, SELECT "REGISTER NOW"

It's supposed to take 20 minutes, but it apparently works. Enjoy!

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It depends on the program.... facebook had a serious problem with that. i believe the message should also tell you what program is attempting to open a connection.
for further assistance feel free to email support@ridarweck.com

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