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Old Feb 25, 2010, 11:21 AM   #1
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10.6.2 Mail Server turn on SSL, mailman still points to non ssl (http)


Running osx 10.6.2 server on an x-serve dual quad core intel processors.

Services running:

Mail server is on DMZ zone of our firewall.

I became a little paranoid after original configuration of this server, and enabled SSL for my web services by going to Web in server admin and then "sites" then tab "security" and checked off "enable secure socket layer (SSL)"

SSL is working fine for me and my employees. When trying to respond to a Moderator request for mailman, the moderator e-mails send me links that point to http: address's. I can get around this by inserting a "s" into the copied ad pasted address, however when it comes to the point of "submit data" button on moderator interface after as example saying i want to reject an email, I am redirected to a non https site and never goes anywhere. I called Apple support and was told that I would have to pay them to fix this even though I have an extended warranty.

Does anybody know how I can resolve this?

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