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    Been playing around a bit with 3.2...nice stuff.

    Had a question about Virtual Hosts and how SSL certificates are managed.

    If I have say 2 domains (for 2 different clients) on the box. I setup webmail.customerdomain.com for each of them, how does 3.2 handle multiple SSL certificates so it doesn't generate the error about names not matching the cert?

    I didn't see anything in the 3.2 draft network docs.

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    AFAIK, from a general poinf of view, http/1.1 and SSL are not compatible.

    If you want a specific SSL certificate for each vHost, you should also have a specific IP per vHost (or a different port per vHost).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Klug
    AFAIK, from a general poinf of view, http/1.1 and SSL are not compatible.

    If you want a specific SSL certificate for each vHost, you should also have a specific IP per vHost (or a different port per vHost).
    Thats fine, but in the current revision of Zimbra, you can only have 1 ssl cert, period.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gmsmith
    Thats fine, but in the current revision of Zimbra, you can only have 1 ssl cert, period.
    I think that is correct. Please file this in bugzilla, as support for multiple domains/certs is the right way to go.
    Looking for new beta users -> Co-Founder of Acompli. Previously worked at Zimbra (and Yahoo! & VMware) since 2005.

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