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SSL certificate renewal?

How do I renew my SSL certificate?

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Re: SSL certificate renewal?

To renew your SSL certificate, you can do one of two things:

1) Use your existing CSR to acquire your new certificate.
2) Generate a new CSR to acquire your new certificate.

If you choose to use your existing CSR, you will need to know which keystore file you are currently using and the password you assigned to that keystore file.

Here are the steps to find out which keystore file you are currently using:
1) Login to the PostX Administration Console (GUI)
2) Click on the Configuration tab.
3) Navigate to Web Servers and Proxies > Web Server Config > Connection Listeners > HTTPS (SSL) Connection Listener.
4) You should see a keystore file field. This is will display the path to the keystore file you are currently using.

If you do not remember the password to your current keystore file, we strongly suggest that you create a new CSR.

To generate a new Certificate Request (CSR):
1) Login to the PostX Administration Console (GUI)
2) Click on the Keys and Certificates tab
3) Click on SSL Setup and select Get Certificate Request
4) Fill out the form and hit submit. Your new CSR will be generated in a text box on the page.
5) Copy and paste the CSR onto a local text file which you can then send to your CA of choice.

For more information on the SSL certificate process as well as importing the certificate please refer to our Knowledge Base article 845 at http://tinyurl.com/2n6qru.

Re: SSL certificate renewal?

Thanks! That helped!

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