Notes on Reference Citations - Version 2.71, by Dr. Herong Yang
Dovecot SSL Warning (Not Error)
'OpenSSL Validating Certificate Path' tutorial was cited in a BlueQuartz email discussion in 2006.
The OpenSSL Validating Certificate Path tutorial was cited in a BlueQuartz email discussion in 2006.
Subject: [coba-e:07286] Re: Dovecot SSL warning (not error) [update2] Date: Sep 28, 2006 Author: Patrick Giagnocavo Source: http://bluequartz.org/ml/archive/coba-e/7200/7286.html >> If you move a certificate from one server to another you may have >> to get a new one re-issued. >> >> Certificate security is pretty tight to prevent fraud sights wrongly >> being identified as kosher sites. > > I'm very familiar with Thawte SSL certs in a web context but not > others and can say > that Thawtes can be moved without issue as long as the domain used > upon is as issued. Are you sure that it isn't the case, that the "private" server.key file must also be moved or copied, along with the issued SSL cert file? > Well, it's technically doable at least with self signed certs so I'm > half happy. Just > need to work out how to get dovecot to use certs for the domain in > question rather than > just the one pointed to in the conf file. Maybe dovecot.conf allows > environmental vars > so certs could be referred to with local relative paths to a > users/domains "home"? > I have found this page very helpful: http://www.herongyang.com/crypto/openssl_verify.html Actually the whole site is helpful when dealing with SSL! Cordially Patrick Giagnocavo
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