The current Entrust SSL certificate is being replaced by a 2048 bit Entrust SSL certificate that utilizes the Entrust 2048 bit L1B chain root certificate.
Our testing suggests that thunderbird, pine, Outlook, Microsoft Windows Mail (replacement for Outlook Express) and Apple Mail should be able to use the 2048 bit SSL certificate on gateway.EECS.Berkeley.EDU for outgoing smtp service using STARTTLS without any problems.
If you have problems sending email using gateway.EECS.Berkeley.EDU with the new SSL certifciate please contact the IRIS help desk (help@eecs, 395 Cory M-F 9:30am-5pm, 642-7777).
https://iris.eecs.berkeley.edu/15-faq/15-software/#Email has documentation on configuring various mail user agents.
Note, if your mail user agent can not handle 2048 bit SSL certificates, the outgoing smtp server on calmail.Berkeley.EDU still uses a 1024 bit SSL certificate.
Resolved as of 2009-11-16 07:14:00