There has been a certificate change but the status information shown for the new certificate is wrong, for example, the the expires on date does not match the end date shown toward the bottom of this thread posted here, IMAP email certificates invalid; also more importantly the fingerprint does not match that of the certificate. What software generated the SSL certificate changed information shown?
@用心棒 Why should the date match? It's a different certificate.
Ditto for the Fingerprint.
If you look at the date on the original certificate, you can see why the certificate has been changed. It's because the old one is due to expire on 29th March.
That said the new certificate, while seemingly valid, does have an issue, after checking I've also determined that this issue applies to other new certificates as well.
The Old certificates Identified Virgin Media
subject=/C=GB/OU=Domain Control Validated/CN=imap.blueyonder.co.uk
issuer=/C=BE/O=GlobalSign nv-sa/CN=AlphaSSL CA - SHA256 - G2
@ModTeam Can you ask someone to look at all the new certificates they've been generating? IMHO those certificate requests shouldn't have been accepted by AlphaSSL
@piccalilli The certificate change is not related to the server settings change itself. What is happening is that Virgin Media want everyone to move over to
imap.virginmedia.com or pop3.virginmedia.com (as appropriate)
The old servers are still running in parallel for now but will be switched off at some point in the future. So I would recommend changing over to the new server settings. Remember also that the username is now the FULL email address e.g. email@example.com - Ports and SSL are the same settings you have already.
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