The https involves a security certificate which is verified by the browser .
Two of the main reasons that you may get this message is that the date & time within your own computer is incorrect , or the site actually has an expired or non-existent certificate .
If you are receiving this message for our own web mail , it is possible that you have not visited the correct address . Our webmail is found at https://mail.haidagwaii.net/webmail/ ; you may have bookmarked an older (now incorrect) link . Please check your link and if it does not match https://mail.haidagwaii.net/webmail/ then please delete that link and save this correct one .
It is important to know if you are set up on another computer/device for IMAP or POP.
Email setup instructions for @mhtv.ca can be found at the MHTV portal http://myacount.mhtv.ca
A quick fix is often found in a 'reboot' of the system network - unplug the power box and router, wait 30-60 seconds and plug them back in
You'll also want to test your wireless router. In the back of the router you will find a cable that connects the router to the power box. Unplug the cable at the router (leave it plugged in at the power box) and plug the cable into your laptop. If your laptop is getting internet without being plugged into the router, the problem is likely with your router.
Cable internet customers:
Is your modem getting power? Check that it is plugged into a power source.
If this didn't resolve the problem, please don't hesitate to contact us at email@example.com
If you are interested, here is a good read on internet troubleshooting tricks