Commercial SSL Certificates and IMAP/POP
I bought a commercial SSL certificate to use with my Zimbra install, and though I found it very straightforward to get it working with SMTP and Tomcat, I am struggling to get it working with my IMAP / POP daemons.
It was easy with Postfix/Tomcat because the procedures are widely documented, but since Zimbra uses home-grown IMAP/POP daemons, I have had trouble figuring it out.
Also, my server name is say server1.domain.com and my certificate is secure.domain.com (both pointing to the same IP). This seems to work fine with Tomcat and SMTP, but IMAPs AND POP3s are not even running (I'm assuming this because ports 993 and 995 are not listening on my box, while 110 and 143 are). And yes, SSL is turned on for both services in the admin tool.
POSTFIX Is Misbehaving with Commecial Certificate
I recently bought a certificate for the tld of our domain.
I followed the instructions on the Wiki pages and forum to deploy, and all is well with tomcat.
However, everytime I start the MTA, it attempts to start postfix and then prompts me for a password. I press enter and it doesn't complain, but zmcontrol status will also request for password when it gets to mta.
nmap shows that the 25/465 ports are fine, but I am told postfix isn't running.
Finally, I can't send mail now that I've replaced the SelfCerts, if I enable either SSL or TLS.
This is a public email server and I could do with some swift guidance.