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Thunderbird won't accept certificate exceptions; TB 102.5.1 (64-bit), Win10
If I remember correctly, I opened an account with Network Solutions in about 1998 for aquarien.com. In all that time, I've had few problems with NS, and trust it. A few months ago, I transferred my e-mail accounts with Wild West Domains LLC to NS to avoid the switch at WWD to Microsoft Outlook. But my e-mail for aquarien.com has always been with NS. And since about then, TB has been harassing me every third or so sign-on with certificate errors claiming that NS is not a "legitimate ... site" which provides "invalid information", demanding that I "(checkmark) Permanently store this exception" to "Confirm Security Exception". But no matter how many times I tell it to do so, TB keeps harassing me. It refuses to keep its word about "Permanently" storing "this exception". I'm a retired senior living in HUD retirement housing, who aged out of Social Security Disability Insurance at about 65 onto regular SS income. I don't know about certificates and care less. I trust NS, one of the oldest hosting services, to do the right thing. When I raised this issue before (https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1397223), I got two guys snarking and talking down to me, addressing not my problem with storing the exception "Permanently", but harping on the "cheap" NS certificates and demanding in so many words that I serve their interests. It's as ethical and appropriate as parents using their kids to fight each other. KNOCK IT OFF Settle any disputes you have with Network Solutions like real adults, Permanently store this exception, and leave me out of it.