Find a decent place to spare the records. I spared mine in/System -> Library -> Keychains. Spare them as plain content documents (Western Mac OS Roman) and verify that the Hide Extension confine the Save As dialog is not checked. Presently, with the augmentations obvious, transform them each from .txt to .cer (for ‘endorsement’).
Go to the AKO login website, and you will get a dialog saying something like Safari can’t confirm the character of the site www.us.army.mil. In the event that it doesn’t say that, then you’re not completely logged out, so close Safari and begin it up once more, and it will give the slip message. Click the Show Certificate catch. Check the Always believe these certifictes box. Stretch the triangle alongside Trust Settings, and verify both drop down menus say Always Trust. Click the Continue catch and log into AKO email ako-mail.com has good information for that.
Select Email in your AKO primary page, and you’ll get an alternate lapse message. Do likewise thing as before – check the case, set the settings to Always Trust, click Continue, and now you’re in your AKO email. You can log out now or simply abandon it open. It doesn’t make a difference.
Open up Keychain Access in/Applications -> Utilities. Select Certificates in the left hand menu. The primary area of the window ought to rundown webmail.us.army.mil and www.us.army.mil as two of your declarations (potentially among others). Select Import… from the File menu. Explore to the area were you spared the four .cer records, and open every one.
Once the four endorsement documents are recorded with the other declaration records, you can stop Keychain Access. Presently, test things by stopping Safari and opening it go down once more. Presently, when you log into AKO, you won’t get those mistake messages. Anyhow the true prize is this: You can set up Apple’s Mail system to handle all your AKO email, and you’ll have the capacity to utilize all the pleasant channels and simple altering and everything that makes Mail the best email customer (my feeling) that I’ve ever seen.
To set up Mail for AKO, do the accompanying. Open Mail (in the event that it was open when you did all the authentication stuff, you’ll have to close it then revive it once more). Select Preferences from the Mail menu. Click the in addition to sign in the lower left hand corner. Enter this insight:
- Record sort: POP
- Account depiction: AKO email
- Full name: Your Name
- Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org (or usar.army.mil – for AGR’s I think)
- Approaching server: pop.us.army.mil
- Username: your.name
- Secret key: *****
- On the off chance that you get a lapse as of right now, don’t stress, you’ll alter that in a moment.
- Check Use Secure Sockets Layer (SSL)
- Validation: Password
- Cordial mail server or SMTP server: mailrouter.us.army.mil
- Check use validation, verify AKO client name and watchword are entered
- Cordial mail Security: Password
Note that there are three tabs: Account Information, Mailbox Behaviors, and Advanced. In Account Information, click SMTP Server Settings and verify the server port is 465, SSL is checked, and Authentication is Password. In the Advanced tab, make certain port is 995, SSL is checked, and Authentication is Password.
All different settings are dependent upon you. In case you’re utilizing Tiger, go to Window -> Connection Doctor to test your settings. On the off chance that the SMTP comes up short, you may need to call your technical support for your web association, and inquire as to whether you’re permitted to utilize port 465 for SMTP. As far as anyone knows, Earthlink, Mindspring, Prodigy, At&t Worldnet, Westworld Global, and Cox@home all have such a hitch. Assuming this is the case (I haven’t attempted to make sure), they say you have to uncheck SSL for the cordial/SMTP server, change the port to 25, and change the servername to smtp.earthlink.net, smtp.prodigy.net, imailhost.worldnet.att.net, mail, or mail.wgn.net, separately http://www.akoarmymil.com/ako/.
You ought to now have a smooth and simple approach to handle all the stuff that travels every which way through AKO. I truly trust this helps some person!