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Almost every time is send email i get this. I confirm the exception and tick permanently store.But still it asks again next time How can it be that my isp - eir-does not have proper certs or tries to identigy itself with invalid information?. The screenshot is what i get when i click get cert

Almost every time is send email i get this. I confirm the exception and tick permanently store.But still it asks again next time How can it be that my isp - eir-does not have proper certs or tries to identigy itself with invalid information?. The screenshot is what i get when i click get cert
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Perhaps if you look under outgoing server (SMTP) you might find you are sending using a different port and connection security and server name to those you get your mail on.

But of course sending mail uses SMTP, not IMAP.

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Change the connection security to none. that server does not support SSL/TLS on port 25.

See https://www.htbridge.com/ssl/?id=AoBpCJFG

Change the connection security to none. that server does not support SSL/TLS on port 25. See https://www.htbridge.com/ssl/?id=AoBpCJFG

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Matt said

Change the connection security to none. that server does not support SSL/TLS on port 25. See https://www.htbridge.com/ssl/?id=AoBpCJFG

Thanks. Connection security already set to none in Thunderbird Also server is webmail.eir.ie port 143 as it is IMAP

''Matt [[#answer-1078992|said]]'' <blockquote> Change the connection security to none. that server does not support SSL/TLS on port 25. See https://www.htbridge.com/ssl/?id=AoBpCJFG </blockquote> Thanks. Connection security already set to none in Thunderbird Also server is webmail.eir.ie port 143 as it is IMAP

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Perhaps if you look under outgoing server (SMTP) you might find you are sending using a different port and connection security and server name to those you get your mail on.

But of course sending mail uses SMTP, not IMAP.

Perhaps if you look under outgoing server (SMTP) you might find you are sending using a different port and connection security and server name to those you get your mail on. But of course sending mail uses SMTP, not IMAP.

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Matt said

Perhaps if you look under outgoing server (SMTP) you might find you are sending using a different port and connection security and server name to those you get your mail on. But of course sending mail uses SMTP, not IMAP.

Thanks. You are right was looking at incoming server.I have now changed the SMTP to no connection security. It is port 25, but says default is 587?

''Matt [[#answer-1080819|said]]'' <blockquote> Perhaps if you look under outgoing server (SMTP) you might find you are sending using a different port and connection security and server name to those you get your mail on. But of course sending mail uses SMTP, not IMAP. </blockquote> Thanks. You are right was looking at incoming server.I have now changed the SMTP to no connection security. It is port 25, but says default is 587?

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about a decade ago there was a general standard agreed to that SMTP servers would use port 25 for communications between server (delivering your mail) and port 587 for receiving mail from mail clients. It allowed the server administrators to control the flow of mail from spam infected machines better than the old process of everyone using port 25 for everything. I assume your ISP is still living in that world. Hence the port 25 for submission.

British telecom has been an international standing joke for decades. o good we are more than familiar with some of the stories here in Australia. Is your provider in the same league

about a decade ago there was a general standard agreed to that SMTP servers would use port 25 for communications between server (delivering your mail) and port 587 for receiving mail from mail clients. It allowed the server administrators to control the flow of mail from spam infected machines better than the old process of everyone using port 25 for everything. I assume your ISP is still living in that world. Hence the port 25 for submission. British telecom has been an international standing joke for decades. o good we are more than familiar with some of the stories here in Australia. Is your provider in the same league

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eir are pretty pathetic. Thanks for your help

eir are pretty pathetic. Thanks for your help