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    28 comments  ·  Kerio Connect » Security  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    GFI official position is to use purchased certificates for use with Kerio Connect and not use free Let’s Encrypt certificates, however for those wanting free Let’s Encrypt option it is possible.

    Chris Weiss commented  · 

    really? a link to a blog that says right at the top that it's outdated? and the "new" version encourages you to use something besides kerio? nice.

    just make kerio allow the .wellknown folder to accept externally added files and we're done here.

    I currently use the ngnix method and regularly get gateway timeouts, especially during backup windows, which I know is an IO issue on my end, but ngnix's reverse proxy timeouts are not as tolerant as browsers are, even with crazy high values entered.

    Chris Weiss commented  · 

    certbot could easily be used if the embedded web server would honor the needed files in a ".well-known" folder. full support would be nice though.

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    Chris Weiss commented  · 

    An apt repo would be great, as then I can easily have the download automatically happen in the middle of the night when bandwidth is low demand. I can also see when an upgrade is available along with all the reset of the system software, instead of having to use yet-another-tool to see.

    It's not about lazy, it's about efficient.

    Also, kerio conect current does NOT satisfy the mail-transport-agent requirements as you can't have it send from crontabs.

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