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ffs2001

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Hello to all,

got a problem with importing Thawte cert (type 123) in Kerio Connect (8.0.1 build 1028).
Chrome and IE11 are happy and saying "All is ok, secured connection"
But Mozilla products are keeping saying "Unknown issuer" and "Missing chain" depending on configuration.

First, I imported .crt and private key in Connect. CSR was generated not by Connect.
Then, I tried to add CA information into original my.host.crt file like described here in Kerio SSL KB.
It haven't work for Mozilla products.

Then I added all Thawte certs and bundles from their site to "sslca" and "sslcert" folders. It doesn't work too for Mozilla products.

What I'm missing?

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ffs2001

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Found solution here, "SSL Thawte" searching will help (can't post links).

In short: just needed another SSL cert from Thawte instead of I was trying first. Added right cert to myhost.crt file and got all worked.
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