Cannot load CA Data

Wil Cooley wcooley at
Fri Feb 27 17:51:55 EST 2004

On Fri, 2004-02-27 at 14:10, Terrence Martin wrote:
> I have the following in my log file
> Feb 27 13:23:07 moonfruit imapd[21825]: TLS engine: cannot load CA data
> Feb 27 13:23:07 moonfruit imapd[21825]: starttls: TLSv1 with cipher 
> AES256-SHA (256/256 bits new) no authentication
> Feb 27 13:23:07 moonfruit imapd[21825]: login: 
>[] bhill plaintext+TLS
> Now I have a signed cert and SSL appears to be working fine. Is this an 
> error I should be worried about? What would make the error go away?

CA data is only useful if you're using client-side certificates, but
you're only using server-side certificates, so it doesn't matter.  If
you want to silence it, provide a bundle of CA certificates (like those
that come with mod_ssl).  You might even be able to make /dev/null the
CA bundle file.

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