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  • In TB3 the security error dialog box does not offer you to add an exception for RSS feeds or remote calendars. You can however add an exception manually. Goto Tools -> Options -> Advanced -> Certificates -> View Certificates -> Servers -> Add Exception. Fill in the server's address and add the exception.
  • In TB3 the security error dialog box does not offer you to add an exception for RSS feeds or remote calendars. You can however add an exception manually. Goto Tools -> Options -> Advanced -> Certificates -> View Certificates -> Servers -> Add Exception. Fill in the server's address and add the exception.
  • The add-on was really worked great.I think u have a great deal of knowledge in handling ssl certificates.I am developing a Web application.Will you be kind enough to share your source code with me .it will be really helpful for amateur programmers like me..Plz
  • I have this problem and the note below talks about this addon not being needed with FF 3.0 which I am using. It appears that Thunderbird is not up to 3.0 yet. So I guess I still need this addon. Without it, I still get some warning dialog boxes.
  • Easy but Great !
    Thanks for the addon
  • I run an ssh tunnel back to my network for mail, so I always get this message. This extension is a great help!

    At one point Thunderbird wasn't showing me the checkbox. It turns out that the dialog window didn't grow to accomodate the checkbox and I just had to resize it.
  • Thank you for solving this major headache!!! Peace be with you.
  • Blessings upon you and your family. And camels. Or whatever. FINALLY the nightmare of those warnings has ended!
  • This is an absolute MUST have addon! Specially for us poor souls who are stuck with a shared server :-)

    Imagine you have a domain name www.abc.com and you an email id info@abc.com Every time you try to send a mail through info@abc.com (using Thunderbird) you are prompted a security confirmation, with the dialogue box having the following heading:
    Security Error :: Domain Name Mismatch

    This happens because your domain www.abc.com is in a shared server that has hundreds of other domains too. And therefore the certificate that your server presents to Thunderbird does not have your domain name (www.abc.com) anywhere in it. And so Thunderbird thinks that it to be a scam!

    This addon makes you confirm once and then Thunderbird never again asks for the confirmation. Brilliant! One feature that should be inherent in the Thunderbird application itself. Thanks a lot to the developer :-)

    Cheers!
  • I am so glad there are people, like yourself, that see a problem and are smart enough to know how to fix it. You are the undisputed hero of annoying security alerts!
  • Amazing. I have been trying to get thunderbird to stop that message for ages. Thank you so much!
  • Today is my day for writing all of the reviews that I should have written awhile ago. This is one of those unsung-hero add-ons. You install it; it works; you never have to think about it; and it solves a major annoyance. It's excellent.
  • It worked great the first time I installed it. Thank you for fixing something that Thunderbird should have fixed a long time ago. When I was searching the net I came across this old thread. What is wrong with these people? They are quite rude and don't want to admit TB has a bug!! Anyway glad you fixed it for them..thanks.

    http://forums.mozillazine.org/viewtopic.php?f=39&t=302178&start=0&st=0&sk=t&sd=a
  • Excellent!

    But ... I have FF3 with TB2. FF3 doesn't need the extention and so won't let me download it. But TB2 does need it. So I had to use MSIE to download it so I could install it into TB. Now that's the very definition of irony!
  • Thank-you for removing this thorn from my side. Installed on v2.0.0.22 on Intel Mac. Worked first time, every time.
  • Wow, excellent extension that does just what it is supposed to do! I am running Thunderbird 2.0.0.22.
  • I am getting continuous mismatched domain messages, so I tried installing, it says it can not install because I have Firefox 3.0, supposedly I don't need it because I have Firefox 3.0 but I still get the messages so it looks like I do need it but I can't install it, sounds like a catch 22
  • Great, it solved my problem!
  • Works fine with Thunderbird 2.0.0.21, Win XP.

    Thunderbird download is here: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/2131
  • Fantastic! Such a simple thing but it makes such a difference. Thank you!
  • I can't believe how simple this is and how much time/frustration it saves. I have over a dozen emails for subdomains on a shared server. The certificate is for the main company so without this wonderful little addon I was having to check the "accept certificate" box every single time I sent and email AHHHHH. I love you Andrew Lucking!!!
  • unbelievable this isn't in the regular release
  • Hi,

    Installed OK and worked OK. So 10 out of 10.
    Question...Why on earth doesn't Thunderbird have this as a standard default ?
    As time goes on more and more certificate problems are appearing. Your Thunderbird Add on list now is huge to cover shortcomings in Thunderbird.

    My 2c worth
  • AWESOME! can't believe how much time I wasted trying to get a dreamhost mail certificate to work.