Thanks a lot for your response
Will you please specify why this is? I really want to understand this. Below I have inserted some of the warnings that was shown when I entered the site using "https". The reason I an sking is because the example in the tutorial was "http". I get that this is a secure connection, but did I choose anything "wrong" during the setup? Or is it because there are more than one way to do it? As mentioned earlier on, there was a few question regarding, not the private key 'smtpd.key, but another key where the same info has to be filled in. I do not remember the name of that key. rsa something??? I am not sure. But it was right after filling in info for the private key 'smtpd.key.
This Connection is Untrusted
You have asked Firefox to connect
securely to 192.168.1.200:8080, but we can't confirm that your connection is secure.
and after accepting this all kind of warnings regarding missing certificate, Using the "view certificate" option, I saw information entered by myself and therefore this is ok I guess... But did I choose something wrong in the setup? Is "https" to usual way to enter the ISPConfig3 controlpanel i wonder???
Again, thank you for helping - This is a great forum and I am looking forward using your services and software