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    Default Webmail HTTPS redirection to default URL

    Hi,

    due to more and more hacking issues I decided to force all my ZCS users to use HTTPS instead of non-secured http connection for webmail. POP3, IMAP and SMTP are already allowed only secured (SSL/TLS).

    Now, REDIRECTING all webmail http to https works, but I have 300+ domains, and SSL certificate only for primary domain, not for all of them!
    So REDIRECT issues a warning about non-valid SSL cert.

    I would like to REDIRECT all requests for HTTP not just to HTTPS protocol, but to https://webmail.PRIMARY-domain.com (...instead of to https://webmail.USER'S-domain.com)

    Any idea?

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    If I understand correctly, I would need HTTPServer redirect all requests on port 80 to URL https://webmail.PRIMARY-domain.com:443

    Is it Jetty? Or Tomcat?
    If it was Apache, I'd do it with simple redirect in config. But I am not familiar with Jetty.

    Suggestion welcome.

    *** EDIT ***
    I resolved the issue by simply setting up one website without Host Header value...meaning, that it responds to all domains, which point to this IP. And I am lucky having 3 C-classes of public IPs available, so I dedicated one to be just redirect.
    Last edited by Labsy; 01-25-2012 at 01:53 PM.

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