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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Outlook express has a setting to check for certificate revocation.
Drop down the Tools menu and choose Options.
Click on the security tab and on the Advanced button.
You should see a section towards the bottom of the dialog box named Certificate Revocation.
I have never changed these settings and mine is set to Never.
If yours isn't set to never give it a try and see what happens.
Digital Certificates are used for encryption and authentication.
Revocation is used when a Certification Authority issues a certificate to a company or individual and then something happens that makes the Authority cancel the certificate. There are many reasons why and I'm not going to speculate.
Have a look in your case who issued the certificate and who it is issued to. It could be someone up to no good and you would be better off to figure out what is going on before you just turn it off.
Posted on Jul 08, 2009
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