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krillin837

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Heyya guys Very Happy

We have recently enable the HTTPS feature so users can change their on password using webmail.

At first when you access to the webmail (webmail.una.cl), the browser gaves me a pop up telling me that a certificate was needed to be install in order to https works.... i pressed OK or Continue and it worked.

A yellow address bar was showing, but that it is because you are in a secure website right?.

Now it gaves me this red address bar (Internet Explorer 7) and it shows me this alert that the certificate could be a potential damage for your computer and stuff.

I've read on the forum and i've found that this could be happening because the server it's not on a correct date or time (This is correct...), and the other thing is that the certificate on KMS it's a self-certificate and i need to buy one to get rid of this red address bar.

My question... why now?... why is this address bar didn't show up after enableling the HTTPS???

Thanks guys for the help Cool

PS: i'm uploding a snapshot of the error

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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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I believe the message in Safari browser is pretty explanatory. The SSL certificate is self-signed and you need to import it to the system and mark as trusted. As usual, this can be found in the manual: http://www.kerio.com/manual/kms/en/ch10s02.html

[Updated on: Fri, 14 March 2008 09:48]

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krillin837

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Thanks... it worked!
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