Evolution importing certificates?

Alexander Dalloz ad+lists at uni-x.org
Tue Dec 20 09:51:01 UTC 2005

Am Di, den 20.12.2005 schrieb Patrick um 6:47:

> I'm trying to setup a secure mail environment with Postfix, Dovecot and
> Evolution using TLS & SMTP AUTH for sending and receiving email. Made
> all the certificates and configs and seem to have it working mostly. The
> problem is that Evolution requires me to accept the certificates each
> time I start it up. I assume that I need to import one or more of the
> certificates I made into Evolution. Anyone have an idea which ones?

> Patrick

To fix complaints (those are valid and reasonable complaints) about a
non trustful certificate authority which signed your custom self-signed
certificates you need to import the CA cert - be default named
If the client application(s) complain about non matching CN within the
presented server certificate, then you made something wrong during
certificate creation. The CN has to match the canonical name of the


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