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Old 1st April 2010, 21:49
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Default SSL will work for webmail ? and ispconfig ?

Hi there,
I'd like to buy a SSL certificat, but I'm wondering about the folders that are links in the system, like ispconfig or webmail.

If I take a ssl for a domain of my serveur, like domain.org, I can access ispconfig by its port, like : http://domain.org:8080 (and it works too with a ssl self-made certificat).
In the same way, I can access the webmail : http://domain.org/webmail .

If I buy a certficat for domain.org, does this two "folders" will work even if there are not in the good folder, on the server ?
(/usr/local/ispconfig...etc)

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Old 2nd April 2010, 19:05
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Nobody has an idea ?
Do you need more information about this question ?
Somebody has a bought-ssl on an ispconfig server ?
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Should work without any problems, since the certificate doesn't care about the document root.
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Ok, I'll try it as soon as possible.
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Old 13th April 2010, 07:03
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ISPConfig is a software package that permits the easy management of servers,webspace, resellers and single virtual hosts.ISPConfig does not support shared SSL.If you want to use it, disable SSL in ISPConfig and then add the SSH vhost definition manually inside your httpd.conf file after the Vhost_ispconfig.conf include.
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