Problem validating email blackberry
Every secure connection to the network starts with authentication to verify the server's identity.Most i Pads and i Phones are configured to accept valid certificates issued by a trusted certification authority (CA) so the devices can tell which network servers are legitimate.Each certificate binds the subject identity (for instance, the server's hostname or IP address) to a public or private key pair.The subject's identity and public key are included in the certificate, along with the issuing CA's name and signature.Android Police alumnus Ron Amadeo posted the updated APK to his Google account early this evening, and we've mirrored it for you below.If you use the Email app (and you haven't found a better alternative on the Play Store), you'll want to check it out.
You'll get the same white Holo interface, the same icon and action bar, and the same slide-out menu, plus the swipe gestures for refreshing and deleting mail.
By making such exceptions, however, users can fall for self-signed certificates and those issued by untrustworthy CAs, exposing devices not just once but forevermore to a litany of man-in-the-middle attacks.
A far better option is for IT to explicitly add a trusted CA certificate to employee devices, configuring applications to recognize and trust servers that prove their identity using your company's CA certificates.
Unfortunately the core functionality hasn't changed that much - you're still limited to the basic POP/IMAP/Exchange setups, with the same nearly universal settings and options.
Aside from the facelift, there isn't a whole lot to see.