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thowden

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Hi

Not sure if this is a Kerio issue or a Mac Outlook 2011 issue.

Kerio Connect 9.2 on the server with multiple SSL certificates installed.

On Outlook join the PC there appears to be no issue with the certificate being trusted.

However on the Mac, Outlook 2011 is requesting acceptance of the default server certificate and not the domain specific certificate.

Ideas please ?

Thanks

cheers
Tony

www.wrenmaxwell.com.au

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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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Outlook 2011 does not support SNI (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Server_Name_Indication) and therefore is always served with default server SSL certificate. It can't ask for a certificate assigned to certain hostname.
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thowden

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Hi

Thanks. That is good as it means it is not me Smile


cheers
Tony

www.wrenmaxwell.com.au

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