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Problem with valid wildcard certificate.

Hi everyone.


I'm developing a XMPP client and I have a problem with my wildcard server's certificate. This certificate has the CN "*.host.com" and the issuer is DigiCert. When I try to make a connection to "tls://http.host.com" (HTTP Server) the secure connection is made without any problem, but if I try to make a connection to "tls://xmpp.host.com" (XMPP Server) the blackberry show me a dialog saying that the server's certificate is not trusted, and the user have to trust the certificate manually for continue with the connection.


Anyone know why the blackberry has different behavior if I connect to the HTTP server or to the XMPP server???