Thank you for your reply!
Yes, the actual delivery of the emial.
On Thursday, February 15, 2018, 12:52:37 PM GMT+1, Martijn Brinkers via Users
On 14-02-18 20:59, Gabi Munteanu via Users wrote:
Hi,I'm having some issues while trying to send an
email to a specific
address, if sometimes fails to send the email and in the log I see
this.13 Feb 2018 23:59:38 | WARN Error while building path for
certificate. Certificate: Issuer: CN=CA xx BT 98, O=xx eG, C=xx;
Subject: OID.184.108.40.206.220.127.116.11.3=M, EMAILADDRESS=info@xxx,
GIVENNAME=xxx, SURNAME=xxx, CN=xxx,
SERIALNUMBER=00000000015038638001, C=DE; Serial: 70F82D24FC0561EB;
SHA1: 974E2E84650CF628954BB0F56858431A0BAFFB1D. Message: There are no
roots. (mitm.common.security.crl.CRLStoreUpdaterImpl) [CRL Updater
The problem is that if I try again after a while it works. Checked
the certificate for this email address and it is valid. What else
should I check? Thank you !
The WARN message from the MPA log tells you that you do not have any
root certificates installed. This however only means that S/MIME
certificates are not trusted (unless you add them to the CTL). Email is
therefore not S/MIME encrypted. This however does not impact email
delivery unless you require email to be encrypted and then the email
will be bounced.
What do you actually mean with "sometimes fails to send the email"? The
actual delivery of the email to the recipient?
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