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awarded  Critic
Oct
28
accepted Nginx serve one, specific PHP script for all .HTML requests
Oct
23
revised openssl s_client shows TLS working on ports 993,465, but mail clients time out on connection attempts
edited title
Oct
23
comment openssl s_client shows TLS working on ports 993,465, but mail clients time out on connection attempts
Thank you for the insight - ! - However, the mail clients we are using, like Outlook, don't allow you to specify which version of TLS to use when connecting - instead, the connection simply times out - I have the directives to disable SSL in dovecot and postfix, but Im afraid to do this until the clients that force you to choose one over the other are set to connect via TLS ---
Oct
22
comment openssl s_client shows TLS working on ports 993,465, but mail clients time out on connection attempts
Outlook 2013 on Windows 8.1 -- That's the only instance of Outlook I've tested, so far. But that is the setup of half our machines. The rest will be varying combinations of Windows 7/8 with Outlook 2013/2010 --- and Android + iOS devices.
Oct
22
comment openssl s_client shows TLS working on ports 993,465, but mail clients time out on connection attempts
Mail clients (Outlook and the default HTC mail client) time out trying to connect when explicitly configured to use TLS instead of SSL...
Oct
22
asked openssl s_client shows TLS working on ports 993,465, but mail clients time out on connection attempts
Sep
4
comment Why are my PHP files downloading instead of processing with Nginx
Great - ! I'm glad it helped ^_^
Jul
13
revised Why are my PHP files downloading instead of processing with Nginx
editing OUT the excited jolt of finally solving the problem
Jul
12
awarded  Teacher
Jun
22
comment How to tell nginx to serve https only for one vhost-managed domain?
It says so under nginx.org/en/docs/http/configuring_https_servers.html - But perhaps I misunderstood. It is, at least currently possible to tell NGINX it can only serve 443 on certain IP's and not necessarily the whole server.
Jun
18
comment How can I tell nginx to serve SSL for one domain only?
I'll do my best to pay it forward - !
Jun
18
comment How can I tell nginx to serve SSL for one domain only?
OK, reload didnt do it, but restart did --- OK, problem solved -!! Thank you very much - ! That was about to be a very serious issue ---
Jun
18
accepted How can I tell nginx to serve SSL for one domain only?
Jun
18
comment How can I tell nginx to serve SSL for one domain only?
Five Nginx processes show up with that command, each listening on *:443 --- I reloaded the nginx conf, though, so -- what would cause that?
Jun
18
comment How can I tell nginx to serve SSL for one domain only?
Well, I ran grep -R ssl on the vhosts directory, and the only thing that showed up was the ISPConfig vhost that listens on its own port...
Jun
18
comment How can I tell nginx to serve SSL for one domain only?
Unfortunately, this doesn't seem to be the case --- Changing the listen directive to listen xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:443 ssl had no effect on the behavior -- requesting otherDomains.com still resulted in the browser warning, serving the certificate of theSSL-edDomain.com =/
Jun
18
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