CERT_NONE + gmail = no certificate received?

Sebastian Spaeth Sebastian at sspaeth.de
Wed Jan 19 11:35:33 GMT 2011

On Tue, 18 Jan 2011 13:27:53 -0800, Ethan Schoonover <es at ethanschoonover.com> wrote:
> I'd also suggest confirmation that the sslcacertfile path is present
> in your config, and on top of that suggest that you confirm that it's
> a valid cacert file at all. Specifying a sslcacertfile in the
> offlineimap configuration file doesn't yet change the error (i.e. will
> still throw a "no cert received error") if the setting is there but
> pointing to the wrong file / no file.

Right, confirming that it is pointing to a file should be done. I have
no idea if python can easily confirm that it's a valid CA cert file

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