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Default Postfix + Courier + MySql virtual mail users - No certificate file found

Hello everybody,

Before I installed the Postfix + Courier, I uninstalled sendmail. But now, when I try to connect via secure connection to receive/send emails, in mail.log i see a line that says that the certificate file is missing. The problem is that the certificate file is actually a sendmail certificate file (it is located in /etc/mail/tls/ directory and the file that is missing is sendmail-server.crt). I'm positive that this is the sendmail certificate file, but as sendmail is not installed I have no clue, where could this setting be located so I can change the path to a valid Courier certificate that I have created.

Can someone help me fix this issue? Falko?
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