(resend to check list)
If you don't have lets involved, and you don't have g_ssl_per_domain
enabled, then the folder you want is:
And the file to put it in is:
surge_cert.pem (Certificate, followed by keychain)
surge_priv.pem (Your secret key)
After updating those files, restart surgemail. Check mail.err to see if
it reports any errors loading them. If the format is wrong/corrupt it
will fail, then restore the old files and restart surgemail.
(we recommend letsencrypt though as it's much easier, for 'most'
situations but does have some requirements) see
On 10/03/2021 12:15 pm, Lyle Giese wrote:
> I am using a third party ssl cert and it will expire on March 19th. I
> started the process to replace it today. I am unable to figure out
> how to upload the certificate and chain file. When using the
> webadmin, it accepts the upload, but I can not find where it put it on
> the server. It certainly did not put it at /usr/local/surgemail/ssl.
> I looked up the instructions for manual installation of certificates
> and that doesn't work. No matter what combination of commands and
> incantations, Surgemail reverts to the old cert that expires on March
> 19th. I am unable to figure where it's finding that certificate and
> pulling it in. the lets subdirectory is empty(I am not using LETS as
> I don't have the webmail on port 80 or 443). I can not find any
> pointers in surgemail.ini that would point to anything other than
> Lyle Giese
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