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iOS Mail Push Notifications Setup cPanel 70

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by MajorLancelot, Apr 13, 2018.

  1. MajorLancelot

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    Since 64, we always configure this on our servers but usually, there don't use to be an existing certificate on that pane.

    On servers that were recently deployed, the "iOS Mail Push Notifications (APNs)" currently has a certificate with the server hostname installed so I'm wondering if this documentation: How to Set Up iOS Push Notifications - cPanel Knowledge Base - cPanel Documentation is still relevant to the iOS Push Notifications setup?

    If so, do we replace it with the one that was generated from MacOS Server?

    Apple requires apps to be configured properly and registered with the Apple Push Notification Service (APNS) to receive push notifications.

    Apple will stop bundling open source services such as Calendar Server, Contacts Server, the Mail Server, DNS, DHCP, VPN Server, and Websites with macOS Server this Fall.

    Not sure what future plan cPanel has for this.
     
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    Hello,


    The instructions provided here How to Set Up iOS Push Notifications - cPanel Knowledge Base - cPanel Documentation are the instructions to obtain a certificate from macOS server - if you already have one installed you shouldn't need to replace it unless its expired.

    The fact that apple will stop bundling open source services is not specific to cPanel and it is related directly to services provided from MacOS Server.

    From: Prepare for changes to macOS Server


    Thank you,
     
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