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Old 19th February 2013, 16:55
RioSif RioSif is offline
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Default SSL Certificates

Hello,
I installed my server using The Perfect Server - CentOS 6.3 x86_64 (Apache2, Courier, ISPConfig 3) guide. I want a secure server so i turned on SSL and TLS at services like smtp, imap, pop3, ftp etc. I created SSL Certificates using open ssl and directed the services using the new certs from their configurated, for example smtp from main.cf file etc. It worked. PureFTPd doesn't read the cert that was made at page 5 of that guide but it reads a cert that says localhost.localdomain etc.
So first question what should i do to fix PureFTPd to read the correct cert?
How should i provide certs for different domains for mailservers? Is that possible? Let's say i host 2 domains(or more) at the same server. The SSL cert of the server says server.domain.com. The domains hosted are hosteddom1.com and hosteddom2.com. How can they have their own certificate?
(if you can't explain it step by step maybe you could provide me with a link of a tutorial to read)

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