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Server certificate am using windows vista laptop. When I open my windows mail I receive a message: The server you are connected to is using a security certificate that could not be verified. The certificate's CN name does not match the passed value. Do you want to continue using this server? How do I correct? I'm told this has to do with the D-Link model # DI-614. any suggestions?

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  • jugandmb Feb 11, 2009

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    I don't understand. I'm connecting to "windows mail" my email service. Cox . net helped me set up the email to link to another computor in our home that has outlook for email. I am getting the same emails as on other computer. Just getting the message shown above when I open my windows mail?

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When an SSL certificate is created, the address that will be used to connect to the web page is specified. (www.mywebpage.com) If you are connecting to the IP address of the website, it will tell you that the addres that you have gone to, and the site on teh certificate don't match. There are also some problems with forwarding domain names improperly. what address are you trying to go to, and what exactly does the error say? I have a DI-614, and have never had a problem getting to Secure sites.

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if it was working and just stopped, then likely the first; if never worked, then the second.

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