And of course if you have more than one account, that's twice for each account. Checking the folder where opera stores the mails should suffice. I hope OperaMail is just a quick standalone build of Opera M2 client and will use Windows cert store like the new Opera does today. By providing a link to software, Opera does not imply approval or endorsement of that software. If you want to work on Intermediate or Approved certificates, you should use opicacrt6.
There you will see an option to remember the choice for this certificate - click that checkbox, then click on Accept. It protects against malware and viruses without slowing down your device. I have Avast on this computer, Opera gives me a warning because of the certificate mismatch Avast's certificate rather than the mail provider's. As a result, your viewing experience will be diminished, and you may not be able to execute some actions. So, you could use 12. Opera gives me a warning because of the certificate mismatch Are you able to manually install the cert in 12.
When the dialog comes up, click on the second tab of the dialog. I personally consider the behavior of those scanners to intercept the connection without showing me the real certificate or allowing me to check from inside of the mail program harmful. I seem to remember that would make the warning go away but not tested specifically with any Avast certs. If not, I'm not sure what you can do. There you should have a problem. Only way around it is to tell Opera not to use a secure connection, knowing that Avast will still use the secure connection anyway.
I want to be able to check the certs and I want to see immediate warnings and hints because I want to be able to react. . . . . .
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