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  1. #21  
    Quote Originally Posted by Wijnand Lammens View Post
    Ok, I found the GlobalSign patch, thanks to Grabber5.0. (I wonder, why are these patches not in the Preware Repositary?) But it did not make any difference, what I expected, because collecting pop mail and accessing the web site using SSL works.
    So I'm still puzzled about the failing smtp authorization.

    Does anybody know a way to trace setting up the smtp connecting on a Pre 2?
    The GlobalSign update is in Preware now, but as a script package, not as a patch. No new patches can be added because the portal was hacked, and was deemed too dangerous to bring back up without significant changes. Someone suggested recently compiling all of these updated certificates into a Preware package, which I think is a great idea, but new ones are a bit more tricky, and would need to be added manually after installation.
  2. #22  
    Probably asked this before...

    • How many certs were shipped with say the last updates (2.2.4 / 3.0.5) ?
    • Short of manually inspecting them all (I assume there are a lot and new ones are accepted if they are authorised by the chain of a 'root' cert.), is there any easy way to list the expiry dates of at least the vendor-shipped certs?


    I have an idea that a list of expiry dates would make it fairly simple to alert users with a link: "Visit this site to get the updated certificate.". Presumably, LuneOS will do this with updates.
  3.    #23  
    Quote Originally Posted by horzel View Post
    Wijnand, have you tried adding the xs4all cert?

    This solved it for me

    -- Sent from my Palm Pre3 using Forums
    How do I get this? I cannot identify it, neither in Chrome nor in IE...
    And how can it be different for smpt.xs4all.nl and the other *.xs4all.nl servers?
  4. #24  
    Quote Originally Posted by Wijnand Lammens View Post
    How do I get this? I cannot identify it, neither in Chrome nor in IE...
    And how can it be different for smpt.xs4all.nl and the other *.xs4all.nl servers?
    Wijnand, I do not know, I am baffled as well, I sometimes had a problem with the IMAP server not getting my mail, but that was only sometimes. At a certain point SMTP would not accept connections anymore. After that IMAP still worked most of the time.

    Indeed there is only one certificate for XS4ALL, so there might be a problem somewhere on our phones. Adding the certificate directly solved my problem though.

    I do not have enough knowledge, nor time to get that knowledge, to troubleshoot this further.
  5. #25  
    Quote Originally Posted by Wijnand Lammens View Post
    How do I get this? I cannot identify it, neither in Chrome nor in IE...
    And how can it be different for smpt.xs4all.nl and the other *.xs4all.nl servers?
    In Chrome, click on the little padlock icon at the start of the addressbar.
    Click on the second tab connection.
    Click on Certificate Information

    A windows properties screen will open, click on the second tab Details
    From here click on the button Copy to File...
    Next
    Base-64 encoded - Next
    Click on browse, choose folder, give name - Next
    Finish

    Find the file, change the .cer to .pem

    move the file to your device suing wosqi for example
    find the file with internals and open it

    or mail it through another means, gmail?
    you should be able to open it from the mail directly
    Last edited by horzel; 02/26/2015 at 07:08 AM.
  6.    #26  
    Quote Originally Posted by horzel View Post
    In Chrome, click on the little padlock icon at the start of the addressbar.
    Click on the second tab connection.
    Click on Certificate Information

    A windows properties screen will open, click on the second tab Details
    From here click on the button Copy to File...
    Next
    Base-64 encoded - Next
    Click on browse, choose folder, give name - Next
    Finish

    Find the file, change the .cer to .pem

    move the file to your device suing wosqi for example
    find the file with internals and open it

    or mail it through another means, gmail?
    you should be able to open it from the mail directly
    That did it! Thank you.

    Last week, when I contacted the xs4all service desk again, they admitted that some certificates did get changed, but that they did not know at the moment I asked...
  7. #27  
    Quote Originally Posted by horzel View Post
    In Chrome, click on the little padlock icon at the start of the addressbar.
    Click on the second tab connection.
    Click on Certificate Information

    A windows properties screen will open, click on the second tab Details
    From here click on the button Copy to File...
    Next
    Base-64 encoded - Next
    Click on browse, choose folder, give name - Next
    Finish

    Find the file, change the .cer to .pem

    move the file to your device suing wosqi for example
    find the file with internals and open it

    or mail it through another means, gmail?
    you should be able to open it from the mail directly
    Hmm, I used Opera for the certificate export but my device stated 'no handler' when I save the .pem file!

    I cannot configure my inbox to collect gmail!
  8. #28  
    Quote Originally Posted by Paulscarbs View Post
    Hmm, I used Opera for the certificate export but my device stated 'no handler' when I save the .pem file!

    I cannot configure my inbox to collect gmail!
    Gmail problems? Invalid cert or requested encryption not available? If so, see this post: google error: requested encryption not supported by server

    If you would find it easier to install an IPK each time they need to be updated, download this IPK to your phone and run it, then skip to step 13 in that post. You'll need to do this each time the errors start back up. Google is changing the cert frequently, and webOS can't automatically trust them in the email app (the browser has no issue with them it seems).
    barryb20 likes this.
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