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#3185 [Resolved] 2 GBPS+ DDoS on Fresco Server - Attack affecting entire network in...

Posted by Zylantex on 03 November 2011 - 03:32 AM in Server and Network Announcements

Keep up the good work Mike. We all appreciate it.



#3449 Certificate issue

Posted by Zylantex on 15 January 2012 - 02:30 PM in Shared Hosting Support

Of late I am getting a warning every time that outlook checks my email.

The server that you are connected to is using a certificate that cannot be verified. The target principal name is incorrect.

If I choose to view the cerificate I see the following:

All the intended purposes of this certificate could not be verified.
Issued to: hermes.supportdns.com
Issued by RapidSSl CA
Valid from 02/08/2011 to 5/8/2013

Then I must click "Yes" to continue to use this server.
If I click No" I get no emails and have to do a send and receive all over again and click "Yes".
I'm sure this must be affecting other people too.

I realise this is probably just a technical fault that doesn't really mean much but I have to respond every time I check my email and it's getting tedious.



#3456 Certificate issue

Posted by Zylantex on 19 January 2012 - 10:33 AM in Shared Hosting Support

MS Outlook 2007 (12.0.4518.1014)

I'm still getting the message intermittantly. I am puzzled as to why it doesn't come up on every send and receive cycle but for some reason it only pops up the warning every now and then. The only thing I can think of is that whatever site Outlook checks the cert on is not always contactable, other than that I've got no other ideas.



#3458 Certificate issue

Posted by Zylantex on 20 January 2012 - 12:59 AM in Shared Hosting Support

Here's what I see

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#3463 Certificate issue

Posted by Zylantex on 21 January 2012 - 08:59 AM in Shared Hosting Support

Thanks for the responses guys.

Fair enough, I accept that my software is getting on a bit and I should probably update it. More money down the tubes to to get what I already have!

Nevertheless it has only happened in the last couple of weeks, perhaps only since Jan 1st, so I thought it was a change at the server end. I collect email from 18 email addresses spread across the US, Canada and France. None of them give me this error, just some, not all, of my MDD mail and even at that not every time. So I'm a bit puzzled by the inconsistancy.



#3580 Daylight Savings Time

Posted by Zylantex on 26 March 2012 - 05:02 AM in Premium Hosting Support

Is this causing issues for anybody else? Daylight savings time is now effective in Europe but the time being reported on my forum is incorrect. I have checked the settings at my end and I'm pretty confident that they are correct.

Has the time been changed on the servers?

Thanks.



#3581 Daylight Savings Time

Posted by Zylantex on 26 March 2012 - 05:10 AM in Premium Hosting Support

Seems to be fine now, thanks.



#3664 Demeter Server Reboot - Friday, May 11th, 2012

Posted by Zylantex on 10 May 2012 - 03:00 PM in Server and Network Announcements

Just a suggestion.

Could you publish your downtimes in UTC/GMT ? Or at least give a US time zone EST or whatever?

Your clients are pretty well spread across time zones, I'm in France now so it's UTC/GMT + 2 for me. (10:00pm local time)
I have no idea what time it is where ever you are.
I and many others I'm sure have no idea what local time this notice works out at so I don't know when my site will be down.