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Thread: SSL IMAP and Webmail

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    Default SSL IMAP and Webmail

    Ok, so I finally found a web host that seems to take security seriously, and here I am.

    But I'm going a little nuts trying to get secure email working, and am at the point where I think I'm doing something stupid, and hopefully someone can tell me what it is.

    Two problems:

    1. So I have my domain, with a nicely signed SSL certificate, and HTTPS://www.mydomain.com working great. However, it appears the IMAP mail server still advertises the *.gzo.com certificate. I don't suppose there is a way to get it to use my own for IMAP SSL?

    2. With webmail, slightly more insidious problem. Assuming the same problem, that the certificate is not using my own, I tried a redirect on mail.mydomain.com to https://cpanel65.gzo.com:2096/login as per some other thread in the forum. Unfortunately, I get an HTTP auth that my email account does not clear... but I *CAN* hit cancel, and get a regular web page that it does work on. How do I get rid of that initial HTTP auth (browser popup)?

    Any recommendations accepted, thanks in advance.

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    1. Unfortunately not. The SSL certificate is for the entire service (in this case IMAP) and thus it is a generic one matching the server's host name. This leaves you with the option of accepting/exempting the certificate in your mail client or changing your mail server to cpanel65.gzo.com.

    2. Using https://cpanel65.gzo.com:2096/ should work without issue. If you're not able to get it to work I'd like to give it a try. Just submit a ticket referencing this along with the login information.

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