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Sep
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awarded  Notable Question
Jul
25
accepted RapidSSL - Do I really need to include the Root CA's?
Jul
25
comment RapidSSL - Do I really need to include the Root CA's?
Thank you, after some digging around on the RapidSSL site, it appears the instructions were updated in June / 2015. It's only requires you to install the intermediate CA (no root CA). knowledge.rapidssl.com/support/ssl-certificate-support/…
Jul
24
comment RapidSSL - Do I really need to include the Root CA's?
Sorry yes, that is correct.
Jul
24
comment RapidSSL - Do I really need to include the Root CA's?
In the Pastebin output, yes.
Jul
24
comment RapidSSL - Do I really need to include the Root CA's?
That fingerprint belongs to Geotrust Global CA. The Equifax is not listed unless I add it to my chain. Here is the output with everything added in to my cert (as per the instructions) : pastebin.com/9VN5DTYk
Jul
24
comment RapidSSL - Do I really need to include the Root CA's?
Done, please let me know if it's safe to leave it like that. Thanks.
Jul
24
revised RapidSSL - Do I really need to include the Root CA's?
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Jul
24
asked RapidSSL - Do I really need to include the Root CA's?
Jul
24
accepted Google.com SSL Ciphers - How to capture which ones they are using?
Jul
24
comment Google.com SSL Ciphers - How to capture which ones they are using?
I'm currently using Mozilla's "backward compatibility" ciphers, but I am unable to enable my 2048 bit "dhparams.pem" file without breaking support for older browsers. I noticed Google is able to use it - without breaking support with their ciphers.
Jul
24
asked Google.com SSL Ciphers - How to capture which ones they are using?
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Apr
5
comment Dovecot userdb failed: Internal failure
Sure, check original post for update.
Apr
5
revised Dovecot userdb failed: Internal failure
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Apr
5
comment Dovecot userdb failed: Internal failure
I upgraded to Dovecot 2.2.16 and receive a slightly different error - updated my original post to reflect it.
Apr
5
revised Dovecot userdb failed: Internal failure
updated error message
Apr
4
comment Dovecot userdb failed: Internal failure
I'm using Dovecot v1 - which still should work according to the docs.
Apr
4
comment Dovecot userdb failed: Internal failure
wiki1.dovecot.org/AuthDatabase/SQL and wiki1.dovecot.org/PasswordDatabase/ExtraFields
Apr
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comment Dovecot userdb failed: Internal failure
Is there a solution though? I'm just following the docs which states to add "allow_nets" to the "password_query". It's mostly works - if I change the last number of my IP address, It will not let me check mail (bad password) - just like the docs states will happen.