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Old 13th September 2009, 14:21
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Hi,

is there a clean way to install SSL for a webmail interface?

What i did:
replace the 000-default vhost with a copy and added the <VirtualHost *:443> in it.
I can access webmail for every site, but my browser tells me something about certificate belonging to another website (identity theft). The 'untrusted' message of course is there also.

I want to avoid the identity theft message!
Do i have to create a certificate for every domain?

Thanks in advance, giftsnake
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Old 13th September 2009, 14:36
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Do i have to create a certificate for every domain?
Either that or use a multidomain ssl certificate.
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