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Thread: Force https Zimbra webmail for multiple customer domains with just one server IP?

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    Default Force https Zimbra webmail for multiple customer domains with just one server IP?

    We got a dedicated server with two IPs. Unfortunately, one of them is used to point to a shared SAN, so we have just the one other IP to use for both Webmail and secure POP/IMAP/SMTP services.

    Is there a way in Zimbra to configure non https requests for a customer webmail domain (say, http://mail.customerdomain.com) to redirect to the https webmail url of the server (https://mail.primarydomain.com)?

    At the moment, it automatically redirects to https://mail.customerdomain.com and throws an obvious SSL error. Because of the single IP limitation, we are unable to provide an SSL per customer domain.

    Any help will be greatly appreciated.

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    Hi,

    You can set the Public Service Protocol in the Admin console under Domains, to be either http or https in the domain of your choice. However, you should look into a Unified Communication Certificate as you can have unto 25 domains on one cert.

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