Certificate for dovecot expired?

robb3369

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Got a neat server alert that has me a bit confused after upgrading to Current 23870:

Certificate for dovecot on cp1.domain.com was expired and a self signed
one was created to replace it. You should install a new certifcate as soon as
possible to replace the self signed one that was installed to replaced the
expired one. You can install a new certificate in WHM under "Manager Service
SSL Certificates", or by clicking this link:
https://cp1.domain.com:2087/scripts2/manageservicecrts
There are only five certificates listed: Exim SMTP, Courier POP3, Courier IMAP, FTP and cPanel... All of which have the correct cp1.domain.com certificate installed, none are self-signed...

I do see the certificates on the OS, but not sure about this message...
 

lloydchristmas

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Same here

I got the same messages on multiple servers for the following services: dovecot, courier-imapd, courier-pop3d and cpanel. Anyone know what this means?

Stephen
 

jack01

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I had an email too with the same message after cpanel update...also puzzled.

WHM 11.20.0 cPanel 11.22.2-C23868
REDHAT Enterprise 4 i686 on standard - WHM X v3.1.0
 

rpmws

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dovecot support is possibly forthcoming, just ignore the message as it is just backend prep.
nick the cat is loose now and out of the bag and it's runing fast looks like. we either have to shoot it or let it go eat ..I like this cat ..so lets go with it :)