We have an ssl cert error where we’re trying to send an smtp request from an octo server in a secure env that doesn’t have direct internet access. We created an aws vpc endpoint for SES(email-smtp) for the server to connect to but we are getting an ssl cert error when trying to test our smtp request in octopus. We were able to get the root CAs in the octopus server’s system trust store but the error persists. We’ve verified that we were able to connect to the vpc endpoint from the server and sent a test email successfully(https://docs.aws.amazon.com/ses/latest/DeveloperGuide/send-email-smtp-client-command-line.html). We believe the problem lies somewhere in the email configuration in octopus rather than the server. Can you give us additional guidance on how to proceed?
The SSL certificate presented by the server is not trusted by the system for one or more of the following reasons: 1. The server is using a self-signed certificate which cannot be verified. 2. The local system is missing a Root or Intermediate certificate needed to verify the server's certificate. 3. The certificate presented by the server is expired or invalid.