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Fabian Scholz

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Hello, I have a question. Has anybody of them is trying to import a Let's Encrypt (letsencrypt.org) certificate as a reverse proxy certificate in Kerio Control ? I can create the certificate wonderful, unfortunately the import into Kerio Control always fails . I have also tried the .pem to convert into various other formats (eg
openssl rsa -in the -outform privkey1.pem -out privkey1.key
or
openssl x509 -in the -outform fullchain1.pem -out fullcain.crt
) unfortunately works the import into Kerio Control is still not. Would be cool if it would go. Maybe someone has an idea?

Many thanks.
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valshare

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works here with reverse proxy. Create a p12 certificate with a password and import it! you need the fullcain.crt and the privkey.key
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Fabian Scholz

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Hi, thanks for reply, Could you explain how you create the p12 certificate
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Fabian Scholz

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I've got it: openssl pkcs12 -export -out outCert.p12 -inkey privkey1.pem -in cert1.pem

Thanks!
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