Apache web server & https & virtual domain

I have a redhat 7.3 server (intel) with apache web server.
It serves 3 domains, the main and two virtual domains.
When i open an https page, it always open the main domain, even if i'm trying to open https://www.virtualdomain.com/mail

It looks like httpd.conf settings, isn't it ?

Thanks!
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jlevieCommented:
To serve multiple SSL sites on one box you need an IP address for each SSL sites. The certificate for each site is bound to the hostname which in turn must be bound to an IP. Additionally name based virtual hosts won't work for encrypted sites as the web server can't get the URL, which contains the virtual site name, until after the the SSL connection is made. Also note that each SSL site requires a specific site definition in httpd.conf.
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