I am Running Outlook 2007/Outlook
2003 on Windows 7/XP sp3 systems with pop mail from non exchange local e-mail
server. The mail servers security certificate expired. I created a new self
signed certificate and installed new server certificate on the clients, however
I am getting certificate expired popups from Outlook.
In IE 8/7 I deleted the expired
certificate from the Trusted Root Certificate Authorities, then imported the
new certificate, but am still getting prompted from Outlook about server
certificate being expired.
Internet Security Warning
The server you are connected to is using a security certificate
that could not be verified.
A required certificate is not within its validity period when
verifying against the current system clock or the timestamp in
the signed file
Do you want to continue using this server
When I select view the certificate
and select Certificate Path tab, it shows new server certificate and a
subset with the old expired certificate.
Servername certificate (Valid certificate)
Servername certificate (invalid certificate)
Outlook is reading the expired
certificate instead of the new certificate. How do I remove the subset from the
No right click is available, the delete button from the keyboard does
nothing. If I need to edit the register where do I find the info for the certificate
within the registry? There are no certificates listed under e-mail security.
There has to be somewhere in the registry that the certificate information is
being stored for outlook to verify. The client has a cache of the old expired
certificate somewhere that needs to be cleared.
My users are getting very annoyed with this and I need a solution please.
Software/Hardware used: Zimbra mail on SLES 10, Outlook 2007/2003, IE 8/7, Win 7/XPsp3
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