Installing third party CA signed certificates

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Installing third party CA signed certificates

Postby ncariaga » Mon Sep 20, 2010 10:22 am

Hi.. I've been browsing around on how can I install third-party signed certificates (StartSSL)... i'm currently using mailcleaner 2010 beta 3...actually i've seen the Encoded SSL Certificate, Encoded SSL Private Key, and Encoded SSL Certificate chain. I'm not sure if which of those is the CSR that I can use to to have it signed by the CA..

any help will be greatly appreciated.

-nathan
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Re: Installing third party CA signed certificates

Postby olivier » Mon Sep 20, 2010 8:07 pm

you should have a look at the Apache documentation on how to create a self-signed (or official) certificate. Then you'll have all the data needed to enter in the admin interface.
You can also search the forum as this has already been described.

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