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Server SSL Certificate Rejected when using Eudora

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Server SSL Certificate Rejected when using Eudora

I know Eudora is no longer a supported e-mail client program for a long time (for probably over 5 years), but until recently, I was still able to use it to download my Comcast e-mails to my computer, which is the reason I want to use Eudora.  However, starting about maybe a couple of months ago, every time I used Eudora to download my Comcast e-mail, I got the attached error message with the title "Server SSL Certificate Rejected".  I wonder if there is a way for me to fix this.  Please see attached snapshot of the error message.

 

Thanks in advance!

 

comcast-mailserver-ssl-cert-rejected.bmp
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Re: Server SSL Certificate Rejected when using Eudora

There are several threads on this forum about similar troubles.  See:

 

http://forums.xfinity.com/t5/E-Mail-and-Xfinity-Connect-Help/ATTENTION-Updated-SSL-certificate-for-s...

 

If the messages from that thread don't resolve your issue, let us know.  We'll dig a bit deeper.





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