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Hi all,

About a year ago, I took advantage of Let's Encrypt and added a certificate for my Kerio Connect server. I used the instruction set here: https:// herrbischoff.github.io/security/2016/02/02/Using-Lets-Encryp t-with-Kerio-Connect.html.

This went perfectly and I have since renewed it several times.

It seems however, things have changed with the renewal. I am now lost. Any help? I used to shutdown Kerio Connect, run
./letsencrypt-auto certonly --keep-until-expiring -d mail.example.com
, then choose spin up temp webserver, and then restart Kerio Connect.

I see they have revised the setup to this https://irulan.net/using-lets-encrypt-with-kerio-connect, but it seems this has me eliminate the web interface for Kerio Connect?

Obviously this is not in my wheelhouse. This is a Kerio Connect on a Ubuntu system. Thanks in advance.

[Updated on: Tue, 23 May 2017 19:08]

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I tried this again and now it works, sorry.

Problem is solved.

[Updated on: Tue, 23 May 2017 20:15]

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