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Hi folks, Ubuntu 7.04 server amd64 Postfix 2.3.8 Occasionally on starting squirrelmail remotely with etiher https://domain.com/squirrelmail or https://localhost/squirrelmail Following warning popup; Code: Security security Error: Domain Name Mismatch You have ...
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    Creating a Postifx Self-Signed Certicate


    Hi folks,


    Ubuntu 7.04 server amd64
    Postfix 2.3.8


    Occasionally on starting squirrelmail remotely with

    etiher
    https://domain.com/squirrelmail

    or
    https://localhost/squirrelmail


    Following warning popup;
    Code:
    Security
    security Error: Domain Name Mismatch
    You have attempted to establish a connection with
    "www.domain.com".  However, the security certificate
    presented belongs to "localhost".  It is possible though
    unlikely, that someone may be trying to intercept your
    communication with this website.
    
    
    If you suspect the certicate shown does not belong to
    "www.domain.com". please cancel the connection and notify
    the site administrator.
    
    [Vies Certificate]     [Cancel]  [OK]

    I'm prepared creating SelfSigned SSL certificate to satisty it. Googling brought me lot of documents. After screening I found follows may be suitable for my application;


    Creating a self-signed SSL certificate: Ubuntu
    Creating a self-signed SSL certificate: Ubuntu


    Postfix mail server create self-signed SSL certificates on Cent OS / Redhat linux
    Postfix mail server create self-signed SSL certificates on Cent OS / Redhat linux - nixCraft Linux Forum


    Creating a Self-Signed Certificate
    https://help.ubuntu.com/6.06/ubuntu/...ed-certificate


    Which of the above shall I follow? Please advise. TIA



    B.R.
    satimis

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    Postfix mail server create self-signed SSL certificates on Cent OS / Redhat linux
    Postfix mail server create self-signed SSL certificates on Cent OS / Redhat linux - nixCraft Linux Forum
    this one seems postfix specific and should work just fine

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