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Thunderbird Gives me an SSL Error




Sometimes Mozilla's Thunderbird will have trouble connecting to our SSL servers and may issue an SSL certificate warning error. 

To solve, this you just need to add an SSL exception to Thunderbird for our servers and you will be good to go.

  1. From Thunderbird, choose: Edit->Preferences->Advanced->Certificates->View Certificates
  2. In the Certificate Manager: Add Exception --> Server: https://secure.news.thecubenet.com:81   (or https://secure.europe.thecubenet.com:81)
  3. Once the cert is downloaded, ensure "Permanently store this exception" is checked and then "Confirm Security Exception".

This will set up Thunderbird on our secure servers using SSL on port 81 and will resolve any SSL error message your receive.



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