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Good afternoon forum,

First of all my System infrastructure:

Kerio Connect on a windows server 2012 R2

Firewall Sophos UTM as SMTP Relay

For mobile devices access such android i want to use active sync. And for the security access over HTTPS we have purchase a wildcard ssl certificate for our domain.

Can i use this certificate in kerio? And how i must configure kerio?

sorry google spit nothing out about the subject.

for any advice I would appreciate.


Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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Yes, you can use wildcard server SSL certificate. Simply import the certificate and corresponding private key via server administration. If the server certificate requires intermediate SSL certificates, please upload them to the server. This guide should help: on/ssl-certificates/configuring-ssl-certificates-in-kerio-co nnect-1132.html

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thx, works very well.
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