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May
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comment Self signed certificate in certificate chain
Actually yes I'm trying to connect to POP3 using the IMAP port.. ahah -.-
May
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accepted Self signed certificate in certificate chain
May
11
comment Self signed certificate in certificate chain
Sh*t.. that means if I want to link my account with Gmail I need to use another CA?
May
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asked Self signed certificate in certificate chain
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Jan
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comment nginx: Mapping location with try_files
I read that each location needed to include config files because having them on location / wasn't enough to target the other locations. So what would you suggest to have a location serve files from a different path in the server?
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asked nginx: Mapping location with try_files
Jan
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comment nginx: default_server directive not respected
Yep! Worked.. :)
Jan
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accepted nginx: default_server directive not respected
Jan
29
comment nginx: default_server directive not respected
In vhosts that use https I have listen 80; listen 443 ssl spdy;, if they use only http I have just listen 80;
Jan
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comment nginx: default_server directive not respected
on that site (the one with default_server set) yes. but not on all of my sites.
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Nov
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accepted Setup Postfix+Dovecot reading from database
Nov
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comment Setup Postfix+Dovecot reading from database
I'm trying to use only one table for both users and domains. So I need a way to only select unique domains inserted in "users" table. I digged a little and I think that HAVING is the way to go but I can't figure out how to use it in the file.. table = users select_field = domain where_field = domain
Nov
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comment Setup Postfix+Dovecot reading from database
Found!!!!!!!! I needed a dot, like this local_name .domain.tld {} EDIT: No it's not true.. just seemed to work :(