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Gabriel L?pez
post Feb 22 2007, 08:47 PM
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That configuration is adapted for Thunderbird 1.5.x? When send a mail requests to me to accept the certificate
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post Mar 9 2007, 08:30 AM
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If you choose secure connection,then you should accept the certificate.

Here is the correct configuration:

Mozilla Thunderbird
1. With Mozilla Thunderbird you configure the inbound email settings separate from the outgoing mail. To
configure the incoming email server:
2. Access the Tools | Account Settings menu.
3. Select Add Account button.
4. Select the Email account option in the Account Wizard window that appears and select the Next button.
5. Enter your name and e-mail address and select Next.
6. Select whether you wish to use POP or IMAP protocol and enter the incoming email mail servers. Eg:
mail.[mydomainname].com, then select Next.
7. Specify your Incoming User Name and select Next. Your User Name is formatted as
8. Enter the account name for this account you have configured and select Next.
9. Select Finish
10. To now set the outgoing mail server details:
11. Access the Tools | Account Settings menu.
12. Select the Outgoing Server (SMTP) item in the listbox
13. Enter the server name of the outgoing mail server. E.g.: mail.[mydomainname].com
14. Enable the User name and password checkbox and enter your User Name. Your User Name is formatted as
15. For the Use secure connection option, have No selected.
16. Select OK to save changes.

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