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  • Re: Mercury 4.8 Certificate Replacement Woes

    Solved it!&nbsp; For others' reference: .PEM file should contain the entire trust chain.&nbsp; Like this: -----PRIVATE KEY-----Private key data-----END PRIVATE KEY----- -----CERTIFICATE-----Your certificate-----END CERTIFICATE----- -----CERTIFICATE-----&nbsp;Trust chain certificate 1&nbsp;-----END ...
    Posted to Mercury Community Support (Forum) by cretson on January 16, 2019
  • Re: Mercury 4.8 Certificate Replacement Woes

    OK, so still struggling. Tried installing Mercury 4.80 on a old Windows 7 machine, and the certificate generation works!&nbsp; I created a CSR using this copy, revoked my certificate, and requested a new one using the CSR.&nbsp; I compiled them into a single file (PRIVATE KEY and CERTIFICATE), as I gather you're supposed to do.&nbsp; Now I'm ...
    Posted to Mercury Community Support (Forum) by cretson on January 14, 2019
  • Re: Mercury 4.8 Certificate Replacement Woes

    Oh, should have mentioned I did restart Mercury, rebooted the computer too.&nbsp; I also removed the old key from Windows 10's key store (I had done this trying to get it to stop giving me warnings that I'm using a self-signed cert while connecting to the mail server from the mail server)
    Posted to Mercury Community Support (Forum) by cretson on January 12, 2019
  • Re: Mercury 4.8 Certificate Replacement Woes

    Thanks for the feedback!&nbsp; I reached out to the issuing company, and they built me a .PEM with the private/public keys just as I'd done, but used a different keys (I think they re-issued my key).&nbsp; Using that, I started getting a different error:&nbsp;&nbsp;08:33:55.008: [!] OpenSSL reported errors during handshake - error queue ...
    Posted to Mercury Community Support (Forum) by cretson on January 12, 2019
  • Re: Mercury 4.8 Certificate Replacement Woes

    Update: the old key seems to have gone away on its own - maybe it was cached somewhere and finally refreshed.&nbsp; But TLS still not working.&nbsp;Did a session log, saw this error:&nbsp;21:43:00.726: &lt;&lt; * OK d IMAP4rev1 Mercury/32 v4.80.145 server ready.&lt;cr&gt;&lt;lf&gt;21:43:00.773: &gt;&gt; 1 ...
    Posted to Mercury Community Support (Forum) by cretson on January 11, 2019
  • Mercury 4.8 Certificate Replacement Woes

    I had been using a self-signed security certificate for the past 2 years, realized that it expired (whoops).&nbsp;&nbsp;I purchased a proper certificate, and set it up on Mercury (replacing the .PEM with the .CRT on the config screen for each module's SSL).&nbsp; But, mail clients are still reporting the expired certificate!&nbsp; (Thinking maybe ...
    Posted to Mercury Community Support (Forum) by cretson on January 10, 2019
  • Forward Rejections with MercuryC creating loop

    I have a MercuryC module using a third-party email relay service. I have a couple users who have their emails forwarding to an external (gmail) account. &nbsp; A problem surfaced when there was a rejection from the relay service one day. &nbsp;A couple messages arrived for my forward-all-emails-to-gmail users, which MercuryC tried to forward to ...
    Posted to Mercury Community Support (Forum) by cretson on July 20, 2016
  • Re: AW: Re: Mercury 4.73 imap looses "\Deleted" flag upon tcp session lost

    I think I've figured out the problem - by not honoring expunge requests until a logout has occured, it makes the IMAP implementation incompatible with mobile phones and laptops. &nbsp;If your IP address gets changed (such as going from one mobile phone tower to another, or carrying a laptop between hotspots without shutting your email program), it ...
    Posted to Mercury Community Support (Forum) by cretson on July 11, 2012
  • Filter Rules Moving Messages to User Subfolder

    Is there a way to use the server-side filter rules to put certain messages into a user's subfolder?&nbsp; For example, newsletters from websites we've subscribed to - suppose we wanted these put into a ''Newsletters'' subfolder for&nbsp;each recipient user?&nbsp; We can currently do this individually, but some of my users aren't sophisticated ...
    Posted to Mercury Community Support (Forum) by cretson on September 18, 2011
  • Re: POP Before SMTP Authentication

    Thanks Thomas!&nbsp; Appreciate the quick responses! So, in a nutshell, what I've been doing is all I can do - having a separately-maintained username/password list for SMTP authentication in a textfile.&nbsp; ...but my users who are using Pegasus don't need to type in this SMTP password because Pegasus will automatically authenticate using ...
    Posted to Mercury Community Support (Forum) by cretson on August 25, 2011
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