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Mail server SSL issue.

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussions' started by Rack Nine, Jun 3, 2011.

  1. Rack Nine

    Rack Nine Registered

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    Hi,

    Hope someone can help with the following :)

    Code:
    ; cPanel first:11.28.87-RELEASE_51188 (update_time):1307034351 Cpanel::ZoneFile::VERSION:1.3 hostname:server09.domain.com latest:11.30.0.23
    ; Zone file for domain.com
    $TTL 14400
    domain.com.	86400	IN	SOA	ns1.domain.com.	admin.domain.com.	(
    						2011053114 ;Serial Number
    						86400 ;refresh
    						7200 ;retry
    						1209600 ;expire
    						86400 ;minimum
    	)
    domain.com.	86400	IN	NS	ns1.domain.com.
    domain.com.	86400	IN	NS	ns2.domain.com.
    domain.com.	14400	IN	A	216.10.10.10
    localhost	14400	IN	A	127.0.0.1
    domain.com.	14400	IN	MX	0	domain.com.
    mail		14400	IN	CNAME	domain.com.
    www			14400	IN	CNAME	domain.com.
    ftp			14400	IN	A	216.10.10.10
    cpanel		14400	IN	A	216.10.10.10
    whm			14400	IN	A	216.10.10.10
    webmail		14400	IN	A	216.10.10.10
    webdisk		14400	IN	A	216.10.10.10
    server09	14400	IN	A	66.10.10.10
    ns1			14400	IN	A	216.10.10.11
    ns2			14400	IN	A	216.10.10.12
    domain.com.	14400	IN	TXT	"v=spf1 ip4:66.10.10.10 ~all"
    
    That's my zone file. SSL (a 'real' cert) works for everything except connecting to the server via IMAP. In the client I have configured the accounts for mail.server.com.

    Do I need another cert for mail.domain.com, or can I do something within WHM and the zone file to fix it?

    TIA,

    Nick.
     
  2. kbob

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    Hello,

    The main server SSL certificate is considered to be a Service SSL , thus even if the site has a working SSL installed and configured to run normally you will need another certificate for the service so that it would work accordingly as you described above.

    For more information you may review the configuration of all service certificates at :

    As well as generate self signed such certificates

    Hope this helps you.
     
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