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Yes, so I should delete the mail accounts in mac mail that are having problems and then add them back in?
It worked for one account. However my other account which was receiving email but not able to send it, now can not connect at all. Issues with an expired certificate and not wanting to trust the site. Even if I tell the mail program to trust the site it will still not connect.
The old cert may need deleted first. Try this. The cert should be named similar to the name of the e-mail company.
Click on the "Finder" icon in the Dock.
Click on the "Go" menu at the top of the window and select "Utilities".
Double-click on "Keychain Access".
Select "Certificates" from the list of categories.
Click on the certificate you want to delete. An untrusted certificate has a red "X" symbol under its name. Click on "Edit" at the top of the screen and click "Delete". Confirm the decision by clicking "Delete" again when prompted.
Well I found a certificate with the same name but a different date and deleted it. It seemed to work, when I tested sending a message that also seemed to work but has not shown up yet in my other email. Then the same untrusted message came up, I looked for that certificate that has the same name as last time but was unable to find it (Do I need to delete the 'key' symbol with the same name as the certificate?) My mail program started reloading all my emails from that server until I hit my email quota. It gave me a you have hit your email quota error then reverted back to untrusted certificate error
Who is your e-mail provider that said you reached your limit?
Web.com which hosts my business email. I changed a user setting which fix that error.
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