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TomS64

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Hi

I really having a hard time getting my godaddy certificate working with Kerio (9.2.1) on a OSx server 10.8

Already I installed it on OSx server and a windows PC working fine. However Kerio keep on telling me "unable to get local certificate" on the installed certificate.

I have looked at SSL manual copied files into sslca/sslcert folders.

But still... "unable to get local issuer certificate"

However something seems to working..
1. mail.mydomain.com OK - no exception of certificate has to made.
2. if I setup a mail on a eg ipad it says certificate not verified.

Even if read and search I can't fix the issue...

Anybody having an idea what is wrong?

Thanks
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TomS64

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Hmm - over the night and extra reboot the certificate as changed into green - all is working...
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