[sylpheed:34680] Re: importing a certificate is done by simply append the ASCII text ?

Rich Coe rcoe at wi.rr.com
Wed Jul 27 00:54:36 JST 2011

I'm not sure how it works on windows.  On linux, I was able to run
the 'ssl verify' command in verbose mode.  It showed the chain of verification.
In my case, it showed where in the chain of trust which certificate
could not be verified.

I'm guessing that you don't have a certificate for the verifier of the
cert you are trying to import.


On Tue, 26 Jul 2011 17:13:45 +0300
Cristian Secară <liste at secarica.ro> wrote:
> On Tue, 26 Jul 2011 17:23:43 +0900, Hiroyuki Yamamoto wrote:
> > > How can I reset it ?
> > 
> > Accepted SSL ceritficates are saved to %APPDATA%\Sylpheed\trust.crt
> > file. Remove it to reset.
> That worked, thanks.
> Further question: how do I add a certificate ? (on Windows)
> Just simply copy the certificate content and paste it at the end of
> Sylpheed\etc\ssl \certs\certs.crt file ?
> For example, my email server says this about a SSL certificate
> https://www2.suresupport.com/faq/2/236
> Either with or without adding the certificate provided there at
> the end of the certs.crt file on Sylpheed, I still get a "SSL
> certificate verify failed" for reason "unable to get local issuer
> certificate".
> ?
> Cristi
> -- 
> Cristian Secară
> http://www.secarica.ro

Rich Coe     rcoe at wi.rr.com

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