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Does anyone have an idea on why this error pops up EVERY time I open mail?

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I get it every now and then... don't know why though.
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have you clicked on 'Show Certificate'? I'd be willing to bet it was issued to mai.mac.com

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Yep I think you are right now that you mention it. How do I fix it?
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You can't, the certificate was issued to that server (I'm under the assumption that mail.mac.com and mail.me.com is really just a load balanced set of servers) under a different domain name. You could report it to their support, who can fix it. But it's likely just part of the migration from .mac to .me.

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I just expanded the certificate and chose "always trust". So far that has killed the pop up. We'll see.
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