I'm having the same issue with all my Rogers POP accounts.
I've seen this happen before with SMB resellers when they upload a new cert and don't remove the old one(s).
Same here. Suddenly recived pop-up message saying the POP certificate expired last year.
But now it seems working - a bit of confusion.
I only experienced this just within the hour, myself, having to slam the certificate-ignore button about 6 or 7 times on Thunderbird to clear the popup (perhaps, once per mail?)
Then I also got an email which appears to be from yahoo, the email headers are all legit yahoo mailservers through the chains, and all the links are legit yahoo links, not badly done-up phishing links, that went a bit something like this:
Your account is currently not enabled to sign in from apps that do not meet modern security standards (ex. Older versions of mail and calendar apps such as Outlook). As a result, we prevented a sign in to your Yahoo account (XXXXXXX).
Date and Time: February 1, 2017 2:25:00 PM PST Location: New York, United States (IP Address: 10.250.27.209)
We strongly recommend that you switch to Yahoo's apps such as Yahoo Mail on desktop and mobile and remove your account from all other less secure apps.
That was within a few minutes of downloading mail with all the certificate alerts
Anyone else get something similar, or is this just a bizzare weird secondary coincidence ?
Each Client probably does something different. If I click "Continue", it takes me to the client, but the e-mails have not downloaded to the client. I'm using Outlook Mac 2011.
You'd think this would be a pretty easy fix and that Rogers would be all over it. After all they're probably getting thousands of phone calls during the past 4-5 hours. Those CSRs could be better utilized on other things.
I'm going to go out on a limb here and speculate that they now
want TLS instead of SSL for the outbound SMTP connection.
From their online chat support:
Thank you for choosing Rogers High Speed Internet, we appreciate your patience. We are currently experiencing an issue where some customers are getting pop up on their email program in regard to a certificate error. We are also experiencing technical difficulties with some customers being unable to access the Internet in the Ajax and Pickering areas. We are aware of the issue and is working toward a solution. We apologize for the inconvenience and thank you for your patience.
This was working again about an hour ago but then it started asked for the certificate. Seems Rogers is having some major problems with this.