Unknown CA Certificate -- The Bat Email Client (Professional Edition Version 3.0)
Anyone has success configuring the Bat with out receiving and sending a "Unkown CA certificate" via Yahoo.
Screen shot: The server didn't provide a root certificate during the session, and there is no corresponding root certificate in your address book. this connection may not be secure. Please contact your server administrator. Continue anyway?
Account log: FETCH - Initiating TLS handshake FETCH - Certificate S/N: 0A50D3D2EFF8A56E0EDB2392CE8B38CB, algorithm: RSA (2048 bits), issued from 26 September 2013 to 24 November 2015, for 20 host(s): legacy.pop.mail.yahoo.com, pop.mail.yahoo.de, pop.mail.yahoo.fr, pop.mail.yahoo.it, pop.correo.yahoo.es, pop.mail.yahoo.com.ar, pop.mail.yahoo.com.br, pop.mail.yahoo.ca, pop.mail.yahoo.com.au, pop.mail.yahoo.co.id, pop.mail.yahoo.co.in, pop.mail.yahoo.co.th, pop.mail.yahoo.com.hk, pop.mail.yahoo.com.my, pop.mail.yahoo.com.ph, pop.mail.yahoo.com.sg, pop.mail.yahoo.com.vn, pop.mail.yahoo.co.kr, pop.mail.yahoo.com.tw, pop.mail.yahoo.in. FETCH - Owner: US, CA, Sunnyvale, Yahoo! Inc., legacy.pop.mail.yahoo.com. FETCH - Issuer: US, DigiCert Inc, www.digicert.com, DigiCert High Assurance CA-3. FETCH - TLS handshake failure. Invalid server certificate (The issuer of this certificate chain was not found).
Otherwise it sends and receives...I see this message each time I send or receive ...I click OK to continue and it works fine.