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dmartz

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Does anyone know how to configure multiple SSL certs?

From what I can tell there can only be one active cert at a time. That doesn't seem right to me.

Anyone else face this situation yet?
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roope.vankka

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* seems to work, if you use subdomains.

so *.maildomain.com suits for dom1.maildomain.com, dom2.maildomain.com and so on.

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dmartz

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Any ideas about mail.domain1.com, mail.domain2.com, etc... ?
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roope.vankka

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You have customer_1 ... to customer_n

Choose a maildomain to access customers' webmails. You can take a root domain for that purpose, so mail.com suits well (you must have a real domain of cource).

Then first customer access her mails:
https://customer_1.mails.com

And customer N:
https://customer_n.mails.com

Then you can use *.mails.com in your sertificate to serve all of your customers.

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dmartz

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Good idea... but not was I was hoping for. Thank you just the same for the response.
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