Category : SSL Installation instructions

This guide describes the ways to enable the SSL/TLS encryption using a trusted SSL certificate for receiving secured incoming and outgoing connections on a Postfix-Dovecot server. For testing purposes, a Comodo (now Sectigo) PositiveSSL certificate has been used; however, to secure your mail server, you can purchase any certificate with us as they meet your ..

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This article shows how an SSL certificate can be uploaded through AWS CLI (Command Line Interface) to the following services: Identity and Access Manager (IAM) Amazon Certificate Manager (ACM) Elastic Load Balancing (ELB) The necessary files you will need for a successful import are: Certificate issued for a particular domain name CA bundle of the ..

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Once your certificate is issued and sent to you by the Certificate Authority, you can proceed with the certificate installation in the Exchange Administration Center accessible through a browser. The following steps describe the installation process: – Log in to your Exchange Administration Center in a browser via https://localhost/ecp  and select Servers, then click on ..

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After the certificate is activated, validated and issued, it needs to be installed by completing the request generated previously with the file received from the Certificate Authority. The process is described below: Download the certificate in PKCS#7 format in your SSLs.com account and upload it to the server. The certificate can be also downloaded from ..

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After the certificate is issued and sent to you by the Certificate Authority, you can proceed with the certificate installation on your Apache server following these steps. Upload the certificate files on your server. For COMODO (now Sectigo) certificates you should receive a zip-archive with several .crt files. Also, you can download the needed certificate ..

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