So how actually I "get it to trust the host"? Thanks

This question is in reference to Atlassian Documentation: Trust A Server's Host Key when No Button is Available to Trust It

Could you please clarify how actually "get it to trust the host"? 

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Click the Terminal button in SourceTree. Attempt to SSH to the domain in question. For example:

ssh bitbucket.org

It will prompt you if you want to trust it, type "y" or "yes" (depending on what the prompt wants), then SourceTree should be good to go.

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