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    Default [SOLVED] Forcing Calendar shares to https?

    RIght now, when a user shares a calendar, it's showing up as ...

    We need it to be shared as https. Is there a setting somewhere I can tweak to set things up by default as being https?
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    you would have to enforce https across the board i dont think it allows you to force this just for accessing a calendar.

    if you want to use ssl across the board see

    CLI zmtlsctl to set Web Server Mode - Zimbra :: Wiki

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    Quote Originally Posted by bdial View Post
    you would have to enforce https across the board i dont think it allows you to force this just for accessing a calendar.

    if you want to use ssl across the board see

    CLI zmtlsctl to set Web Server Mode - Zimbra :: Wiki
    Hm. I'd be very happy to run SSL across the board, but I'm running proxy servers. If I set the mailboxd server to SSL, will the proxy servers behave correctly? The process of configuring them set the mailboxd server to straight 'http', which we have since changed to 'both' to allow the BES to authenticate.

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    i'm not sure we don't use proxy. if you can access the zimbra web interface through the proxy using both http and https currently then i woudl think it would be fine removing http.

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    I couldn't get the zimbra proxy servers to work with https over the backend, though I tried a number of different combinations found here: Enabling Zimbra Proxy - Zimbra :: Wiki

    (I subbed in zmproxyconfig instead of zmproxyinit, since I'm on 6.)

    However, that page did offer me the answer to the problem:

    zmprov mcf zimbraPublicServiceHostname mail.domain.com
    zmprov md domaina.com zimbraPublicServiceProtocol https
    zmprov md domaina.com zimbraPublicServicePort 443
    solved the problem I was experiencing. Thanks for your help - searching around for Zimbra proxy config settings to try to get them to talk over 8443 instead of 8080 is what eventually lead me to that page.

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    I'm trying to do the same thing. I am not running a proxy and I originally setup my Zimbra server to do redirect. I used the "zmtlsctl https" command and used zmcontrol to stop and start the Zimbra services. The links in the calendar shares for ICS and View still show up as http instead of https. Do I also need to do the following changes to make the links change?

    zmprov mcf zimbraPublicServiceHostname mail.domain.com
    zmprov md domaina.com zimbraPublicServiceProtocol https
    zmprov md domaina.com zimbraPublicServicePort 443

    I have http completely blocked inbound on my zimbra server and only want https traffic in and out when a user is access anything dealing with the Zimbra web client. I have also noticed that there is a hangup when accessing the documents tab. It times out on some element, I think the summary page. I don't get this timeout when using firefox on the Zimbra servers local console so I'm assuming it is an http element that is being accessed.

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