From: Thaddeus Parkinson (no email)
Date: Fri May 10 2002 - 14:19:01 EDT
<mumble>Raslin' Frazzlin' Hoogina Shoogina</mumble>
I can't believe that. This whole time, I was trusting imtest. I feel so
Sure thing, I punched open Pine, and it came up with a screen complaining
about not having the CA cert, but worked just fine. No errors in the
Actually, if it wasn't for Jason's help on the certs, I doubt it would
have worked. I had originally tested it from Pine and had it fail, which
is why I started using the imtest to get more verbose information. I
had assumed that once I got it to work with imtest, it would work with
mail clients.... How naive I am.
Anyways, thank you Cyrus Mailing List. Especially a big thanks to Scott
and Jason for your help. All looks pretty good from here on out.
(Until my next big problem)
On Fri, 10 May 2002, Scott M Likens wrote:
> You know to be quite honest i get the same error message with mine no
> matter what, self signed, etc.
> But i'll be honest, it works JUST fine in Mutt, and Mulberry which are my
> only SSL based applications i test it on.
> Same error message as you, so i wouldnt worry as much about 'imtest'. It's
> not foolproof, nor is it 100%.
> --On Friday, May 10, 2002 10:41 AM -0500 Thaddeus Parkinson
> <> wrote:
> > Jason (and the rest of the Cyrusians out there),
> > Thanks for the suggestions. The new certs definately get me different
> > messages. Now I receive a 'verify error:num=27:certificate not trusted'
> > on the CA file. I think this might be a problem with imtest not trusting
> > the CA, anybody have any idea of how to make it see the light? 'openssl
> > verify' has no problem with them...
> > However, it still continues past that and dies in the same spot it was
> > before. Still not sure if they're related; it's quite irksome.
> > I have a new option today, though. As if perhaps an answer to my prayers,
> > the Fates released a new version of OpenSSL last night. I'm going to
> > upgrade to 0.9.6d. Keep your fingers crossed that it'll miraculously cure
> > all of my headaches.
> > Thanks again,
> > Thaddeus Parkinson