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cross certificates error

Posted on 2002-06-24
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Error message is:
Your Address Book does not contain any cross certificates capable of authenticating the server.

What does that mean? How to solve the problem?

Guys, any idea?
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Question by:realman1
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You are accessing a server not belonging to your Notes domain.

This can happen in several cases:
- You have two Notes domain: a Production and a Test domain
- You use wrong user.id on the Notes client for this server.
- You got recertificated with wrong certifier last time.


Interesting is also whether you can access any server with this user.id and if so what the difference bitween the servers is.

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by:Arunkumar
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:-)
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by:realman1
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Nearly forgot this topic. ;)
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