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  How to Add an SSL certificate to Firefox
 
Example
Once you've clicked on the "Enter OpenWebmail - Secure Encrypted (SSL)" link you will be presented by a box that looks like the following image. Select "Add this certificate permanently" and click OK. Firefox will no longer prompt you to accept the certificate in future visits.


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