Enable SSL on Domino 8.5.x server

Posted on 2013-10-30
Last Modified: 2013-12-18

I want to test SSL on my domino server but I do not have an SSL certificate yet. But, I still hope to be able to test port 993 even without a certificate. Is this possible with Domino? If so, what do I need to do to enable port 993 in Domino, and is there anything else I need to do in order to make it available to an email client other than Notes?

Question by:jhieb
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Sjef Bosman earned 450 total points
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You can set up your own Certificate Authority in Domino. It is fully described in teh Admin Help database,

You could also start here:

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umeli earned 50 total points
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You try to enable imaps?
First you'll need to have the ssl cert. You should have a certsrv.nsf on your Server for that.
Either create a selfsigned cert or buy one.
Don't forget to enable the Port in the Server document and create the apropriate Internet Site document.

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Thank you.

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