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    SSL Cert Error

    I'm currently struggling with the email notifications (for admins of the booking system).

    I'm receiving the following error:

    The remote certificate is invalid according to the validation procedure
    We're having a few issues with the cert on our exchange box, is there any way of circumventing this?

    Thanks

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    Hmm, that's an odd error, where is that coming up from?

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    Sorry, I was a bit vague there..

    I'm actually getting that error in the Helpdesk when submitting a new ticket. I was using that to test the SMTP settings. When I book a room I don't get any errors but I don't get any emails through either. Event viewer doesn't show anything for the room bookings email.

    Thanks

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    Ok, I'll look into it, looks like the certification checks on the SSL SMTP aren't liking the certificate, may need to add code to ignore cert warnings

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    Hi Nickbro

    Have you had a chance to look at this?

    Thanks

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    Usual applies, alpha release code
    Attached Files Attached Files

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    Many thanks!

    Where do I place these? HAP root?

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    In the Bin Folder

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    When I place those in the bin folder it breaks the booking system, no bookings show at all, just a blank white space. Replacing the original .dlls results in my bookings reappearing.

    I can't really afford to spend any more time on HAP, I don't mean to sound unappreciative, I think you're doing an excellent job and have made an excellent solution, especially considering there is no cost for us, but for our circumstances there is a little too much for me to do to get it working at the level and reliability I need it to.

    Thanks for all of your help, I do appreciate it.

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    Sorry about that, it is ALPHA code, will do some more testing when I get a chance

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