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Old 19th December 2011, 08:26
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There are no known issues, we will check that. Do you get an error message?
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Old 19th December 2011, 09:21
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There are no known issues, we will check that. Do you get an error message?
Nope, only "TCP Service HTTP is online." and "TCP Service Webcache is online"

Now that I think of it, it looks like the interface when the pass-phrase for ISP Config is not set.

You can still set the server to be pinged (although that result is suspiciously stable, no matter whether I am connected through WiFi or via Gprs), but that's it.

Edit:
Oh and I switched to https for ISPconfig, but that's also set in the server-settings of the monitor-app.

Edit2:
I just read about the requirements for the SSL-certificate here.
The certificate I use is signed by StartCom ltd. Firefox and Chrome accept it, without adding the keys to the browsers/OS.
To check the certificate yourself: https://s03.extremeways.eu:8080
I will probably change the settings suggested under "Self-Signed SSL Certificate" in the description of the app, this afternoon, when I'm home again.

Last edited by gijs.noorlander; 19th December 2011 at 10:07. Reason: forgot to mention switch to https
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Old 26th December 2011, 12:21
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Default Update on the ISPconfig Android app

I finally had some time to look into the issue with the SSL-connection and the Android app for ISP config.
It looks like my server-config is still not correct, regarding the installation of the certificates.
When I visit my server's config page on a PC, I get the correct site and certificate (with Chrome, IE and Firefox).
But when I visit the same url with the browser on my Android phone, I get an certificate-error and when I look at the certificate, it appears to be the certificate for another site running on the same server.
So it seems the issues with the ISPconfig app indeed are to be related to an issue with SSL and certificates.

I hope you can make it easier to install a certificate for the ISP-config host, for a later version of ISP config. It's still not entirely clear to me what went wrong with installing it.

But for now, I've created a special vhost like you described on the ISPconfig-app page for "self-signed" certificates and it works again.

Edit: It appears that the stock-browser in Android 2.3 doesn't support SNI and that seems to be what's causing this issue.

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Old 12th January 2012, 13:33
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Default Welcome Message Files on Linux

Hello,

i've problems with the welcome message for new mail users.

The email in the client-postbox shows the sender-address is om@localhost.localdomain:ISPCONFIG.
I checked the files in /usr/local/ispconfig/server/conf/mail. Each file has three unknown characters in the first line infront of "From:". In the mail-plugin on line 172 you remove the first five characters so "om:" was left out there in front of the real sender address.

A fresh download of the ispconfig-file has the same issue.

Can you check this?
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Old 12th January 2012, 14:09
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The welcome mail works fine for me in 3.0.4.2 and I dont have any extra chars in front of the files when I open them on a Debian 6 server with vi. Maybe your Linux system does not support utf8 so that it can not read the UTF8 encoded text files correctly. Ensure that the system locales on your server are utf8 locales.
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Hi Till,

my locales is set to "en_US.UTF-8".

I found the same problem in this thread: http://www.howtoforge.com/forums/showthread.php?t=55409 but there is no answer.
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Old 12th January 2012, 15:29
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It is not reproducable here on any of our servers. Are sure that you use 3.0.4.2 release and not 3.0.4.1 and that you did not edit any of these files manually?
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My installed version is 3.0.4.2, i checked it in the webinterface.

Can you check the content of the file with "more"?

I take a short test with this code:
PHP Code:
$inhalt file('welcome_email_de.txt');
$test trim(substr($inhalt[0],5));
echo (
$test); 
the output was:
"om: ISPConfig <postmaster@localhost.localdomain>"

For my system i create the welcome-files in the conf-custom directory without the three characters and take this as a workaround.
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Old 12th January 2012, 16:33
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Ok, I've added to the bugtracker so that we check this on other systems again.
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Till, I have added a task (bugfix) for ispconfig 3.0.4.2 (to be implemented in 3.0.4.3) that fixes a minor bug in AWStats montly stats

http://bugtracker.ispconfig.org/inde...e&task_id=2002

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