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Old 01-18-2010, 04:34 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Recently I have been receiving a Pop-up for a Google Certificate on my BlackBerry.

I have 3 GMail accounts on my BlackBerry as well as the Google Voice application. Has anyone else seen this type of pop-up message?
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Old 01-18-2010, 05:19 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I've been getting it too. Have Google Voice installed.
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Wirelessly posted (well lookie here!)

I have heard of several people getting this
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Ok, looks to be a Google Voice thing..
I may just trust the certificate next time.
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Old 01-18-2010, 07:43 PM   #5 (permalink)
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Tried to trust it, get the message that it's against my IT policy. On a BIS phone.

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Old 01-19-2010, 06:45 AM   #6 (permalink)
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I've been seeing them as well for the last 3 weeks and at a rate of about 3 times a week. Just happened for me this morning at home on UMA.

I've got installed:
  • 1 gmail account being pushed
    Google maps 3.2.1
    Google mobile app 3.5.48
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I don't have Google Maps (no GPS on my 8330 )

No google App either

I do have Google Voice as well as the enhanced email plugin.
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These are definately linked to Google Voice. I have had GV installed for only 3 days. No other Google apps installed, and I have seen the same certificate issue for the past 2 mornings. I clicked trust this am, so we will see how that works out tomorrow am.
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The pop-up has been random for me.. but I suppose if you can't trust who can you trust?
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It seems random to me to but I have gotten it 3 times in the last 5 days.
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I suppose Google might be getting sloppy these days.
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It's been doing it to me too. I got the same IT policy what-not message when I tried to trust it which is weird since I am the original owner and it's been strictly for personal use. I don't even know of any local companies that use them on a BES.

And it's been popping up at random times. I usually see it after I've unlocked my phone though, not while I'm in the middle of something.
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Wirelessly posted (Bold 9000, answers to HAL)

Is everyone on att? I suspect they're trying to block it.
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I am on Tmobile
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I only have google sync installed and I'm see this error everytime it tries to run.
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On T-Mobile with BES and BIS on 2 different Blackberries. Google search app, Voice, and Maps installed.

IT Policy won't allow the cert to be trusted. Sync of Certs via DM didn't seem to help for long (maybe if someone could find the cert root for download, it could be fixed).
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Well I only have BIS on AT&T and still get the error. And I have no certificates listed for google
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See the official Google Help at 'You are attempting to open a secure connection, but the server's certificate is not trusted.' - Mobile Help

Also, there is a discussion at Google certificate errors - Page 2 - BlackBerry Forums at CrackBerry.com that discusses the "how-to" in greater detail.

My Google cert was at the end of the list, ordered as a "w" with "www.google.com" not in the "g's".

I did it, including the Fetch Status step, and it seemed to work. On the 9700 with OS 5.0.0.423, the menu is Options/ Security Options / Advanced Security Options / Certificates.

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I don't have a mail.google.com certificate so I will hang on this a bit longer..

When it comes to Google I try to be a bit more cautious.
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I was able to trust the Certificate by going to Option - Security Options - Advanced Security - Certificates and changing it there. Instead of having a check mark or 'x' by it, it now has a question mark.
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