If you are continuously getting SSL error on SBCGlobal email, then instead of drifting around, simply follow the steps to fix the problem completely.
Why SSL error appears on the SBCGlobal account?
Before troubleshooting the error, you should know the reasons for the problem or what is causing the SSL invalid error.
- Inaccurate date and time.
- Antivirus software.
- Outdated SSL certificate.
What is SSL in terms of SBCGlobal email?
If an email is trying to create a secure connection on the network but failed in its attempt, then SSL error will encounter on screen. You will find ‘Feature not available’ message even. No matter, from which device you are accessing an email, the SSL error will stop or prevent you from accessing the email account. Search for red color text on the left-hand side of the URL field.
Now, we are going to discuss the general steps to get rid of this problem.
- Go to SMTP settings of your SBCGlobal email and enable SSL. If you are using Outlook or any other client program, then open SMTP settings from that platform and toggle to turn on SSL.
- If the SSL option is still not available, then change the SSL port of your SBCGlobal email from 465 to 587.
How to troubleshoot SSL errors on SBCGlobal email?
If you find SSL error while attempting to access SBCGlobal.net email, then follow the below-mentioned steps that will surely fix the problem.
- Open the browser which is creating a problem.
- Click on the ‘Menu’ icon from the top corner of the browser and go to ‘Settings’ after pulling the flag menu down.
- Click on the ‘Advanced’ settings from the home page and check the ‘Content settings’ under the privacy and personal section.
- Go to ‘Cookies’ and make sure that the ‘Data set’ option is enabled on it. This will enable first as well as third party cookies in the browser.
- Once completed, tap ‘Done’ to save the settings.
If the problem is still at large, then check the particular error you are facing on your device. The solution to that error can be checked online on this page.
Error1: SSL certificate not trusted: This error appears if the link you are entering is not trusted by the web browser. You can still avoid this problem by installing SSL certificates on your website from appellate authority.
Error 2: Mismatched SSL certificate
Entering the wrong DNS name or mistyping the incomplete domain or hostname will result in Error 2 and you will get an SSL mismatch message on the screen. To get rid of this error, we have quoted an example through which you can better understand the solution. For example, if you are entering SBCGlobalogin.com in the URL whereas the SSL certificates are issues for SBCGlobal.net, you will get error message on screen.