This will be a little hard to explain because I have only a vague understanding of ssl certification. Basically, as we now have a member of staff synchronising with our ical server offsite overseas I thought it would be wise to use SSL. It's working fine but everytime ical is opened, and for some staff throughout continuous operation of ical, a message comes up saying that iCal can't verify the identity of the server. This is fine, we're not certified, and once can just just press continue, but is there a way to make Mac OS remember this? Just trust this server all the time? Clicking continue upon opening ical is not a huge hassle but people don't really understand what it means and the big symbol of a security lock makes them uneasy and worse still some people are having this message come up even after having clicked continue once already.