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    Default Certificate Error

    I am Getting the certificate error in IE when accessing a server with SSL.

    Have attempted installing the certificate on the cleint system as admin.
    Doublechecked the expiration date on the certificate, and made sure it wasn't already expired.
    Double checked the client's time, and it is correct.
    Double checked the servers time, it is correct.
    Have tried on a Vista 64bit client, and a windows XP 32bit client.

    Zimbra V7.0?
    Redhat 5.

    Redirect mode is enabled.
    SSL port is changed to 444

    Any suggestions on getting the error message to go away?

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    Any suggestions on getting the error message to go away?
    I told our employees to stop using IE. It seems I was never able to get IE to accept our self-signed certs. Chrome also has this issue, We set them up with either Firefox or Seamonkey.

    Doug
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    "Those who would give up Essential Liberty to purchase a little Temporary Safety, deserve neither Liberty nor Safety."

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