I need to renew my SSL certificate, and I want to continue using the same CA, not LetsEncrypt.
In order to renew my SSL certificate, I must create a CSR. In past years, this has caused a problem because the "Create CSR" process in SurgeMail creates a temporary unsgigned certificate.
If I manually create a CSR by using openssl directly, how do I install the new certificate into /usr/local/surgemail/ssl?
I think this should work, can you confirm?
cp foobar.csr /usr/local/surgemail/ssl/surge_csr.pem
cp foobar.key /usr/local/surgemail/ssl/surge_priv.pem
upload the new certificate (with intermediate certificate) via the SurgeMail admin interface
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