Internet security warning outlook 2003

Internet security warning outlook 2003 Whenever I open Outlook to check e-mail I get the following error message:
The server you are connected to is using a security certificate that could
not be verified. The certificate's CN name does not match the passed value.
Do you want to continue using this server? y/n
I always answer yes, Outlook retrieves my e-mail and everything works fine.
It does this every time I send and receive emails
What is prompting this message and how can I eliminate it?
I'm using window xp has any one else had this problem or could someone help

geek_oscar031, Oct 1, 6:54 pm

Is the time & date correct on your computer, and are the regional settings in control panel correct?

geek_dougstringer, Oct 1, 7:16 pm

Yes yes they are all correct

geek_oscar031, Oct 1, 7:30 pm

Who is your email provider?

geek_kew, Oct 1, 7:33 pm

Xtra I have rung them and they couldnt help

geek_oscar031, Oct 1, 7:36 pm

What are your pop3 and smtp settings?

geek_kew, Oct 1, 7:37 pm

Settings pop3 995
smtp 465
I went over this with the vodafone guy he said they were all right

geek_oscar031, Oct 1, 7:41 pm

Take a look here and follw the instructions http://xtra.co.nz/help/0,,4150-4453061,00.html

geek_kew, Oct 1, 9:01 pm

Thanks thank you for that Kew but for some reason when I followed those instructions I couldn't receive or send the test email, I filled it in twice so I'm pretty sure i didn't make any mistakes

geek_oscar031, Oct 1, 9:48 pm

Controlpanel/internetoptions/advancedUntick 'check for server certification revocation' and 'check for publishers certificate revocation'.....

geek_drcspy, Oct 2, 1:56 am

Thank you drcspy I tried that but it didnt work either

geek_oscar031, Oct 2, 7:09 am

Oscar031 are you with xtra or vodafone are you with xtra or vodafone?? +

geek_thecrazybaker, Oct 2, 8:36 am

remove the period/dot from the end of the pop3 & smtp addresses.

geek_trial_by_fire, Oct 2, 8:37 am

Both I can only get dial up here and then only sometimes so I got a vodem from vodafone and as it only works when it wants to but normally pretty good I still pay $5 a month to have dial up too,And it has been working fine for about a year and a half. there is no dot at the end of those addresses Thanks

geek_oscar031, Oct 2, 12:31 pm