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Re: [SLE] server certificate authenticity ?!
  • From: Patrick Shanahan <ptilopteri@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sun, 2 Apr 2006 20:38:49 -0400
  • Message-id: <20060403003849.GZ3878@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
* Patrick Shanahan <ptilopteri@xxxxxxxxx> [04-02-06 20:37]:
> * Carlos E. R. <robin1.listas@xxxxxxxxxx> [04-02-06 20:19]:
> > By the way... gmail uses a certificate, but that fact is not mentioned in
> > their docs, I think. Fetchmail complains:
> >
> > Apr 3 02:00:46 nimrodel fetchmail[2288]: 6.3.2 querying pop.gmail.com (protocol POP3) at Mon Apr 3 02:00:46 2006: poll started
> > Apr 3 02:00:46 nimrodel fetchmail[2288]: Issuer Organization: Equifax
> > Apr 3 02:00:46 nimrodel fetchmail[2288]: Unknown Issuer CommonName
> > Apr 3 02:00:46 nimrodel fetchmail[2288]: Server CommonName: pop.gmail.com
> > Apr 3 02:00:46 nimrodel fetchmail[2288]: pop.gmail.com key fingerprint: 59:51:61:89:CD:DD:B2:35:94:BB:44:97:A0:39:D5:B4
> > Apr 3 02:00:46 nimrodel spamd[11613]: prefork: child states: II
> > Apr 3 02:00:46 nimrodel fetchmail[2288]: POP3< +OK Gpop ready l38pf1663078nfc
> >
> > How could I get that certificate and tell fetchmail about it?
>
> I believe adding 'ssl' to the *user* line will suffice.

Humm, that's in ~/.fetchmailrc

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