FOLLOW US Twitter Facebook Google+ RSS Feed Disclaimer: Most of the pages on the internet include affiliate links, including some on this site. When selected the domain... i.e. *.mail.dreamhost.com was accepted for a a1.postal.mail.dreamhost.com host, when it really should have specified *.postal.mail.dreamhost.com. That didn't work. http://kb.mozillazine.org/Security_Error:_Domain_Name_Mismatch_or_Server_Certificate_Expired
On Windows 7 (and probably Vista), you can do this through the UI you can find by typing "Edit environment variables for your account" into the Start Menu's search box. Ports Windows 7: Change location of "My Documents" folde... If they give you any pushback about Thunderbird not being an officially supported email client try to duplicate the problem using Firefox to log into webmail.
When I try to get the email from Thunderbird it gives me a "Security Error: Domain Name Mismatch" In short it says that the client is trying to connect with DomainTwo.com Usually it is due to an oversight or an error (an admin installed the wrong SSL certificate when they replaced a expired certificate) and it gets fixed in a couple of Use the matching server name in the table below for the incoming AND outgoing server in your mail program. Welcome to the Ars OpenForum.
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You might also want to make a secure connection to webmail (a web page provided by your email provider that is used to read/send mail) using Firefox, click on the icon http://twigstechtips.blogspot.com/2009/09/thunderbird-security-error-domain-name.html Aside from telling Thunderbird not to do the check (assuming that's possible), I'm not sure there's another way around that. -Eric Log in or register to post comments #3 Fri, 12/26/2008 Use Tools -> Account Settings -> an_account_name -> Security -> View Certificates -> Authorities in Thunderbird and look for a certificate for that CA. I though there must be a way to hide these messages.
You can override this by setting security.enable_md5_signatures true using the config editor, though the real solution is for your email provider to use a secure hash.  Incorrect use of wild http://wx2me.com/security-error/security-error-lg.php Remember Mismatched Domains Extension - Mozilla Add-ons JOIN THE DISCUSSION Tweet Lowell Heddings, better known online as the How-To Geek, spends all his free time bringing you fresh geekery on a You can delete the remembered domains in the extension's options panel. Now i will definitely be able to solve this errors i have been seeing.
Published 05/8/07 SHOW ARCHIVED READER COMMENTS (9) Comments (9) May 9, 2007 Techie Buzz Cool tip, I have been seeing this error quite a lot of time while using the url Navigate to the (Panel > 'Support' > 'Data Centers') page. After you open terminal, find the IP by running the following command on your hostname: [macbook]$ dig +short sub4.mail.dreamhost.com 126.96.36.199 Run the following command to open the host file in order
mail.my-domain.com). -- I.e., in your case, just use [HOSTSITE] instead of [MYSITE]. *I'm guessing that this would be "[HOSTSITE]" -- though you can double check this by pinging the personal domain's Next MySQL databases
However, the extension you post would be handy if someone wanted to check email via SSL, although in all my years of emailing, I have yet to use a SSL email A connection where the specified domain is mail.example.com is still secure, but mail programs may show a warning about the domains not matching. Unfortunately it could also be due to somebody trying to capture your username/password when you login, or your credit card number when you buy something on a web site. http://wx2me.com/security-error/security-error-event-security-error-as3.php Port Protocol Secure connection 25 SMTP No* 80 HTTP No 110 POP No* 143 IMAP No* 389 LDAP No 443 HTTP Yes 465 SMTP Yes 587 SMTP Yes 636 LDAP Yes
February 28, 2008 Adrian I use Firefox on Ubuntu Gutsy but every time I close firefox, it asks me to check the box again. However, this site's identity can't be verified. Some mail programs will still reject these hostnames as the asterisk (*) in the certificate's *.mail.dreamhost.com should ideally only match one level of subdomain.