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awarded  Famous Question
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Apr
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asked How can I get incron to run a task when a file is overwritten?
Feb
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revised Why does haproxy 1.5 give me a 503 error when proxying https traffic
Added logs messages, noted /etc/hosts edits, updated config to what I have now.
Feb
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asked Why does haproxy 1.5 give me a 503 error when proxying https traffic
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awarded  Notable Question
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awarded  Popular Question
Aug
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comment How to automatically create .dovecot.sieve file in new maildirs for dspam filtering?
Thanks! I switched to sieve_before.
Aug
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accepted How to automatically create .dovecot.sieve file in new maildirs for dspam filtering?
Aug
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comment How to automatically create .dovecot.sieve file in new maildirs for dspam filtering?
The perils of working on something all day, finally asking for help, and then discovering the right documentation just after posting... I did find sieve_default. And, if the errors I see complaining about file perms are any indication, it's trying to use the default sieve script I told it to. :) Thanks for the comment. Those are exactly the docs I needed to find.
Aug
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asked How to automatically create .dovecot.sieve file in new maildirs for dspam filtering?
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Mar
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accepted Some systems cannot connect to ldap via ldaps, but others can, is it the wildcard cert?
Mar
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comment Some systems cannot connect to ldap via ldaps, but others can, is it the wildcard cert?
Ah. /etc/openldap/certs is where the cert store is. Not cacerts. In /etc/openldap/ldap.conf I changed TLS_CACERTDIR /etc/openldap/cacerts to TLS_CACERTDIR /etc/openldap/certs and my ldapsearch command started working. Thanks!
Mar
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Mar
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comment Some systems cannot connect to ldap via ldaps, but others can, is it the wildcard cert?
I thought my post was pretty clear that I was editing the ldap.conf file on all hosts. As in when I added the line to file, it worked, but without the line it didn't. Thus, not a connection issue.
Mar
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comment Some systems cannot connect to ldap via ldaps, but others can, is it the wildcard cert?
I edited my question in response to your suggestion. Thanks!
Mar
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revised Some systems cannot connect to ldap via ldaps, but others can, is it the wildcard cert?
Responded to suggestion from an answer.
Mar
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comment Some systems cannot connect to ldap via ldaps, but others can, is it the wildcard cert?
Yes, I have confirmed that it can connect to the server. After all, it would never work at all if it couldn't connect at all.