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OS X fetchmail - Server CommonName mismatch: *.bluehost.com != mail.<domain>.com\n

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We use a Internet email ISP to receive all our emails and then we use Fetchmail on our OS X 10.5 server in our LAN to download the emails. We are seeing alot of these entries in our fetchmail logs.

Anyone has any suggestions on how to resolve/prevent these warnings for appearing?

We would like to keep the maillogs at the current levels for the details, but would like to resolve the warnings for occuring.

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Found the solution, add sslproto '' and the warning stops.
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