Debian Etch Postfix MySQL re-create .crt?

Discussion in 'HOWTO-Related Questions' started by unclecameron, Aug 27, 2007.

  1. unclecameron

    unclecameron New Member

    I followed the Howto on making a Debian Etch Postfix/SASL/mySQL server and it worked fine, but I put it on a Xen DomU image and then migrated the image and now it won't accept incoming mail from remote domains, I think because postfix generates a ssl when it initially installs, how can I regenerate that .crt without reinstalling postfix, can I just use openssl? How does postfix handle those self-signed .crt's? It seems like they would have to get it from ca-certs.org through some generic Debian account?

    Thanks,
    Cameron
    San Diego
     
  2. falko

    falko Super Moderator ISPConfig Developer

  3. unclecameron

    unclecameron New Member

    no, it just seemed the mail disappeared, which really meant delivery was delayed from the remote host. I put a correct reverse-DNS entry in (or my ISP did) and it seems to be working better, but I think I still need to re-create the .crt, right?
     

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