[ANNOUNCEMENT] TEST: fetchmail 6.4.0.rc3-1

René Berber rene.berber@gmail.com
Thu Aug 29 03:05:00 GMT 2019

On 8/28/2019 8:46 PM, Eliza wrote:

> Hello,


> on 2019/8/29 9:35, René Berber wrote:
>> You probably have to (re)install (package) ca-certificates.
>> Or, if you are using your own installed certificate, it may be installed
>> in the wrong place (i.e. that causes the not found error seen above, its
>> either not installed, or not in the right place).
> I have re-installed ca-certificates 2.32-1, then reopen the terminal and
> run fetchmail. the error still exists.
> Any idea? thanks.

Check the sslcertpath parameter used by fetchmail, see if it points to
the certificates (/etc/pki/tls/certs or /etc/ssl/certs).  Also sslkey if
there is one.

The parameter(s) could/should be in ~/.fetchmailrc .

Your error message said "local issuer certificate".  I'm not sure about
that but it seems to be having problems with the _client_ certificate,
not the server.  Did you install a cert?  Perhaps an identity cert used
by your mailer? Question is, does fetchmail knows were it is (including
any extra certs needed to validate it).

Now the fun part, run:

fetchmail -v

and let's see the detail of what is happening.

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