Tumbleweed Axway Email Firewall 6.5 SSL install

We have a Tumbleweed Email Firewall version 6.5. It's running great but the SSL cert will expire in 3 days. Last time the SSL cert needed renewing Tunbleweed support did it. This time the version we are using is EOL.

The Email Firewall uses OpenSSL in it's implementation. I ran a cert request using the OpenSSL prompt and received the following error. "Unable to load config file". I've looked and i con't find any config file. I figure Tumbleweed just used some of the OpenSSL components and not the full implementation.

Does anyone know how to create a cert request from Tumbleweed E-mail Firewall and then install it.

I seem to remember that to install the cert you have to uninstall the product and re-install it. The only way to install the SSL cert is thru the installer.
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