SOLVED: TLS Negotiation failed, the certificate doesn't match the host., code: 0

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Re: SOLVED: TLS Negotiation failed, the certificate doesn't match the host., code: 0

Unread post by hamidjj86@gmail.com » 2020-4-16 03:30

Thanx Man

I spent 4 hours discussing it with godaddy team and they kept comig up with stupid solutions everytime!!!!



mwasapik

Re: SOLVED: TLS Negotiation failed, the certificate doesn't match the host., code: 0

Unread post by mwasapik » 2020-4-16 07:09

For my case, updating SSL certificate for "mail.mydomain.tld" solved the error.

My client came from another host, so after moving to our server they noticed that everything was fine except existing "SEND AS" or "ALIAS" features via gmail. Since the error "TLS Negotiation failed, the certificate doesn't match the host., code: 0" suggests something about certificates, I noticed that this account was using different certificates from the one running in my server, that being not enough - certificates for "mail.mydomain.tld" was not installed. So I delete the whole certificate and re-installed from my server, and made sure that "mail.mydeomain.tld" has certificate installed. Tested the alias setting and it worked flawlessly. Hope this might help.

Palaash

Re: SOLVED: TLS Negotiation failed, the certificate doesn't match the host., code: 0

Unread post by Palaash » 2020-4-16 16:15

Dear Santori,

Thank you for sharing your solution. I tried your solution. However, now I am getting the following error "Oops, we weren't able to finish. Please verify that you have entered the exact settings provided by your other email service. Contact your other email administrator for further details."

Can you please advice on this?

Thank you!

Palaash

Re: SOLVED: TLS Negotiation failed, the certificate doesn't match the host., code: 0

Unread post by Palaash » 2020-4-16 16:21

Santeri,

You Sir are a Genius! Thank you so very much!

Everyone what I was doing is pasting the entire link, you just need to post the details in between https:// and :2083/)

Guest

Re: SOLVED: TLS Negotiation failed, the certificate doesn't match the host., code: 0

Unread post by Guest » 2020-4-16 17:25

I am happy that I found your post this really helped me resolved the issue.

Santeri
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Re: SOLVED: TLS Negotiation failed, the certificate doesn't match the host., code: 0

Unread post by Santeri » 2020-4-16 17:28

Guest wrote:
2020-4-16 17:25
I am happy that I found your post this really helped me resolved the issue.
Happy to hear and help1 Feel free to share it with others so that they will find it, too.

Cheers,

Santeri

ekta

Re: SOLVED: TLS Negotiation failed, the certificate doesn't match the host., code: 0

Unread post by ekta » 2020-4-16 18:02

How to do for Plesk shared hosting?
I am unable to change in it

Santeri
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Re: SOLVED: TLS Negotiation failed, the certificate doesn't match the host., code: 0

Unread post by Santeri » 2020-4-16 18:15

ekta wrote:
2020-4-16 18:02
How to do for Plesk shared hosting?
I am unable to change in it
What web address do you use for logging into plesk? Is it something like this:
https://docs.plesk.com/en-US/onyx/quick-start-guide/getting-started-with-plesk/understanding-subscriptions.74372/ wrote: You can log in to Plesk by visiting the following URL:

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https://<Plesk server's address>:8443
If it looks something like that, try the <Plesk server's address> as your SMTP server host name in Gmail and see if that works.

danbo

Re: TLS Negotiation failed, the certificate doesn't match the host., code: 0

Unread post by danbo » 2020-4-17 01:51

Santeri wrote:
2020-4-11 13:18
GoDaddy "award-winning support team" was again lying to me, so I wasted 24 hours by waiting their "solution" instead of finding the fix by myself right away. Anyway, I found a permanent solution for the issue. It is easy, free and does not involve GoDaddy which means it can be done right away instead of waiting forever for nothing to happen. Here are the steps for fixing Gmail on GoDaddy.
  1. Login to your GoDaddy account
  2. Select All Products and Services
  3. Click Manage in Web hosting section Image
  4. Click cPanel Admin Image
  5. Copy host name from cPanel URL (shared server host name is between https:// and :2083/) Image
  6. Paste the host name to Gmail settings Accounts and Import/Send mail as/edit info/SMTP Server and click Save Changes
Image What made the issue more complicated was that both gmail and GoDaddy are to be blamed. Gmail has changed how they check SSL certificates and GoDaddy support is exploiting the issue by trying to peddle useless products for their clueless customers. Please let me know if you are still having issues after applying my fix.
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Happy hacking,

Santeri
this one doesnt work to me.

danbo

Re: SOLVED: TLS Negotiation failed, the certificate doesn't match the host., code: 0

Unread post by danbo » 2020-4-17 02:07

Santeri wrote:
2020-4-15 04:05
1dre203 wrote:
2020-4-15 02:20
Thank you so much, this is the most valuable information I have come across so far better than GoDaddy's service. Unfortunately for me, the problem does not seem to go away. I am getting this after following your steps "Authentication failed. Please check your username/password.
Server returned error: "DNS Error: 9952402 DNS type 'aaaa' lookup of https://sg2plcpnl0131.prod.sin2.secureserver.net:2083/ responded with code NXDOMAIN 9952402 DNS type 'a' lookup of https://sg2plcpnl0131.prod.sin2.secureserver.net:2083/ responded with code NXDOMAIN , code: 0"


Any help will be greatly appreciated thank you
You need to remove ":2083/" from your server address as I mention in my instructions. Try sg2plcpnl0131.prod.sin2.secureserver.net and it should work fine.

THANK YOU SO MUCH! YOU SAVE MYLIFE! I ALREADY FIXED MINE WITH 300+ EMAIL MY GOD!

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