I've searched through the forums and bugzilla but can't quite find an exact match for my issue.
5.01 ZCS opensource - ubuntu server 6.06
Whenever anyone tries to connect to the server "mail.thedomain.com" a message pops up: (firefox)
"You have attempted to establish a connection with "192.168.1.7". However, the security certificate presented belongs to "mail.thedomain.com". It is possible, though unlikely, that someone may be trying to intercept your communication with this website.
yada yada contact your sys admin"
clicking cancel and continuing to the Zimbra webmail works fine, except no one is able to send any outgoing mail. Any attempt produces the following error:
"A network service error has occured.
msg: system failure: MessagingException
everything was working perfectly until i shut down the server and added 2gb more ram into it. It has 4 gb total now and they are all the exact same brand/model.
I read up on it possibly having to do with CA certs but I tried to follow the instructions on zimbra wiki for recreating the certs and some of the instructions as given did not work and produced errors. (zmcreateca is not a script that seems to be installed on this system and is part of the recert process)
HELP! 200+ accounts that need email stuck!