FreeBSD Port: thunderbird-1.0.6_1
public at troback.com
Wed Aug 31 07:51:45 GMT 2005
I don't think it's a error but it seems to be that Thunderbird is more
careful about certs. My certs, that was generated by the imap-uw port,
contains two CNs, one for localhost and one for FQDN, and that was never
a problem before. Now when I created the certs by my self, with only on
CN, Thunderbird like them again.
Jeremy Messenger wrote:
> On Tue, 30 Aug 2005 07:27:21 -0500, Anders Troback <public at troback.com>
>> noticed some strange things with Thunderbird 1.0.6_1.
>> When I connect to a imap server with ssl the cert is not valid,
>> Thunderbird thinks the cert is for localhost but I connect to
>> mail.domain.com. Before the upgrade everything worked just fine...
>> Don't know if it's a port problem or a Thnderbird problem!
>> The server is a FreeBSD 5.4-RELEASE, imap-uw-2004d,1
>> Client is FreeBSD 5.4-p4, Thunderbird 1.0.6_1
> Are all of your apps up to date such as nss, nspr and etc?
> I am not sure if it's IMAP is different than POP/SMTP for TLS/SSL in
> thunderbird, but I just tested POP/SMTP (I don't have any IMAP here)
> with TLS/SSL and they work fine. In the 'Edit -> Account Settings ->
> Security', when I clicked on 'Manage Certificates' and can display
> other certificates. Also, when I clicked on 'Manage Security Devices'
> and I can see that it can find nss library (in Builtin Roots Module, it
> has /usr/local/lib/libnssckbi.so) and shows other info correct.
> I just find more info by myself, in my local machine I searched for
> "libnssckbi.so" in any files inside ~/.thunderbird and I found it, it's
> in secmod.db. Can you try to exit thunderbird and find secmod.db in
> your ~/.thunderbird then remove it? I found info in google and it said
> that thunderbird/mozilla will rebuild a new secmod.db in the startup.
> If none of that work, then try to run 'ktrace thunderbird' and use SSL
> with IMAP then exit it. Run 'kdump > thunderbird.txt' and open
> tunderbird.txt with your editor to search for 'libnssckbi', then show
> me about ten lines between of above to bottom in the middle of
> 'libnssckbi'. Not sure if my English is clear, but here's example:
> [...ten lines...]
> [...ten lines...]
>> Anders Trobäck
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