Email "Revocation information for the Security Certificate is not available" popup problem.


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R.H. Breener

I originally posted this to the mail group but it seems dead there, or my
newsreader isn't picking up the posts. I'm guessing few people are using
Vista anymore. I'm hoping someone here is familiar with this problem.

With almost every new email I get on my laptop (Vista 32 bit/WindowsMail)
I'm now getting a very annoying popup that says "Revocation information for
the Security Certificate is not available. Do you want to proceed?" I can
click on &Yes, No, View certificate. I can't close this popup using the X
in the upper RH corner. I have to click Yes at least 10 times before the
popup goes away and I can see the email message. I Googled and ran several
anti-virus programs but they found nothing. How do I get rid of this
annoyance?
 
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David H. Lipman

From: "R.H. Breener said:
I originally posted this to the mail group but it seems dead there, or my newsreader
isn't picking up the posts. I'm guessing few people are using Vista anymore. I'm hoping
someone here is familiar with this problem.

With almost every new email I get on my laptop (Vista 32 bit/WindowsMail)
I'm now getting a very annoying popup that says "Revocation information for
the Security Certificate is not available. Do you want to proceed?" I can
click on &Yes, No, View certificate. I can't close this popup using the X
in the upper RH corner. I have to click Yes at least 10 times before the
popup goes away and I can see the email message. I Googled and ran several
anti-virus programs but they found nothing. How do I get rid of this
annoyance?
The POP3 or SMTP server is using SSL and there is a problem with the Certificate or
Certificate Chain.
 
R

R.H. Breener

David H. Lipman said:
The POP3 or SMTP server is using SSL and there is a problem with the
Certificate or Certificate Chain.
How ia this fixed? I use gmail.
 
R

R.H. Breener

David H. Lipman said:
I don't support Google - ask them !
If it's a Google problem it would be occurring on the other computers and it
isn't. It's just happening on the laptop. Thanks anyway.
 
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Gene E. Bloch

If it's a Google problem it would be occurring on the other computers
and it isn't. It's just happening on the laptop. Thanks anyway.
Or:
If it's a Google problem that depends on settings or plugins,
it might not be occurring on the other computers. Thanks.
 
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