First off, I am using Zimbra 8.0.6 (CE) using CentOS 6. I am an avid fan of Zimbra and really spreading the word. Kudos for all your work!
I have one (tiny) issue I need resolved. I am using puppet to deploy certificates to all the servers, which will be placed as files on the server, so on my Mailserver. So I have a .key and .crt for Zimbra. I am just hellish curious on how to insert those certs from the command line, or even better, get the location of the crt and key files which are in use by Zimbra.
A find revealed:
I did install a certificate via the webinterface, and grep'ed a string from that cert through all those certs, turns out, it was placed here:
So I replaced those with my new cert, and restarted zimbra via ./zmcontrol stop and restarted the services. The issued certificate in the browser was still the old one, not the replaced one.
I can only assume Zimbra somehow imports those files into a mysterious database and works from there.
Any ssl-zimbra-gurus around that could shed some light on this issue?
Thanks in advance!