1. boody78's Avatar
    Got this weird message when I rebooted today. Anyone ever see this for gmail?

    Email provider not trusted?-img_20150430_091346.png

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    04-30-15 08:15 AM
  2. baarn's Avatar

    Interesting that it has happened again. You can change its trust status, but it's unclear as to why it has seemingly automatically become untrusted.

    Have you done anything noteworthy on your device that could be linked to this issue ?
    04-30-15 08:25 AM
  3. Shahjad's Avatar
    Any solution over it

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    04-30-15 11:22 AM
  4. baarn's Avatar
    Any solution over it
    You can probably stop it complaining by going into system settings, security and privacy, certificates, then select the certificate from the list, mark it as trusted.

    Doesn't explain why it's happening though.
    04-30-15 01:27 PM
  5. Shifty88's Avatar
    I've had it happen once or twice after a reboot but it never bugged me again after dismissing the pop-up.
    04-30-15 03:17 PM
  6. Charliefr3sh's Avatar
    When you reboot, your phone loses the correct time and goes to the default time and date. That time before it updates the time and date via Internet, the PIM service tries to get new emails and there will be a time mismatch thus giving you an error that the certificate is invalid because it will be of a later date than the device time. Just ignore it and let your date and time sync with the network time and you'll good to go.

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    04-30-15 03:40 PM
  7. Dr J39's Avatar
    Certificates expire. Occasionally, they do not get them updated, before they are flagged. Other times there are changes in legal names, that get updated, over a period of days, on different servers. in different time zones. The problem is figuring out who is legitimate, and who isn't.

    Edit: Sometimes, as the commenter above, stated. There is a time discrepancy. It happens more often on computers than phones, when the CMOS battery dies.
    04-30-15 04:32 PM
  8. Jamchinlam's Avatar
    Same happened with mine when I last rebooted a few days back. It was the first time the message pops up. Anyway, I click ok. I guess it may be some policy or certificate update from google server.

    SihZou Z10
    05-01-15 03:24 AM

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