Windows 10: Outlook.com with Firefox and site certificate problem

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  1. Mikedyce Win User

    Outlook.com with Firefox and site certificate problem


    Anyone having security certificate problems when trying to use Outlook.com mail with Firefox recently might want to watch this site for Microsoft's progress in fixing the fault.

    Office 365 Service Status

    I can usually get in now with repeatedly clicking the Retry button on the Error screen. May need 5-6 tries.

    Mike.

    :)
     
    Mikedyce, May 29, 2017
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  2. bbao Win User

    SMTP settings to access Outlook emails on E72

    Trusted site certifits

    *.facebook.com

    api.twitter.com

    userstream.twitter.com

    Before importing the root certificate of GlobalSign, *.hotmail.com (*.outlook.com) was also listed. After importing the certificate, I removed all trusted sites and rebuilt the list.

    The currently listed items were added via Gravity. Nokia Email no longer prompts for Outlook.com's cerificate once the new root certificate was installed.
     
  3. Firefox

    So you can install Firefox, the only problem is that the apps.facebook.com domain doesn't load for you for some SSL error in the certificate? Please check how to see the SSL certificate of a site in Firefox

    HERE
    and try to do whatever you were doing to get the error and when you get the error do the steps mentioned in the article to see the certificate info and check for which URLs the certificate is valid (it might be called SAN, SANs or something like this
    and is part of the information of the certificate) and the if the period of validity is actual. Is your PC date and time actual? Do you have problems opening that site in other browsers? Does the problem appear when you go to a facebook website?
     
    Lyubomir Parvanov, May 29, 2017
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  4. Outlook.com with Firefox and site certificate problem

    I had it with the free outlook. I had to open up OneNote and then after mucking around a tad it opened. I only had to do it once.
     
    Josey Wales, May 29, 2017
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  5. Mikedyce Win User
    Don't use Outlook.com myself - just ran up against the current problem trying to help out a friend who does.
    Mike
     
    Mikedyce, May 29, 2017
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  6. DavidY Win User
    I was seeing errors Sunday night/ yesterday with other Microsoft sites too, such as social.technet.microsoft.com.
    An OSCL error or something like that?
     
    DavidY, May 29, 2017
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  7. OldMike65 Win User
    Yes FF was having issues yesterday with any MS sites. But late last night it was fixed, at least for some of us. I can log unto Outlook with no problems today, at least so far.
     
    OldMike65, May 29, 2017
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  8. OldMike65 Win User

    Outlook.com with Firefox and site certificate problem

    This problem is just for FF thou, so if you have a 2nd browser, it should work just fine.
     
    OldMike65, May 29, 2017
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  9. Berton Win User
    I got that message in Firefox on my MacBook Pro when accessing the Webmail program furnished by my Domain Hosting service on Saturday, seems to cleared up yesterday evening.
     
    Berton, May 29, 2017
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  10. Terrysutt Win User
    This is the screenshot of the error message in Firefox,looks like it`s a wait and see what happens.
     
    Terrysutt, May 29, 2017
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  11. sml156 Win User
    Has anyone looked at the certificate to see if there are any problems. I only use Chrome and IE and haven't had any problems
     
    sml156, May 29, 2017
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  12. DavidY Win User
    Someone linked to this person on Twitter who seems to have found the expiry date
    Tweet



    — Twitter API (@user) date
     
    DavidY, May 29, 2017
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  13. Mikedyce Win User

    Outlook.com with Firefox and site certificate problem

    Microsoft's estimate to fix, on their Service Status site (see my OP) -

    "Estimated restoration time: By Thursday, June 1, 2017, at 3:00 AM UTC"
     
    Mikedyce, May 30, 2017
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  14. sml156 Win User
    Probably not the best advice you will get but if you must use that browser you should be able to disable the check for OCSP, Just remember to reenable it when Microsoft updates the certificate.
     
    sml156, May 30, 2017
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  15. Berton Win User
    Got a message today from my Domain Host:
     
    Berton, May 30, 2017
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