I mean I know you have to copy the information into the file etc.
What I'm wondering is if it does replace the cert when you update to a
Nope, definitely not. In general an upgrade should not
break/change anything. (That's the goal at least)
It will recreate certificates that don't exist, but I wouldn't expect
it to ever replace one that did exist.
Also I put in a new cert but I sort of realized that it doesn't apply to
the actual web server. Just the email SSL connections. Where is the web server
based SSL for the back end located?
The ssl is the same for both. However, if you enabled per domain
certificates, then instead of
you would need to copy the certificate(s) to
So, I'm not sure how this could have occurred. Do let me know
if the situation repeats.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Steven" <email@example.com>
Sent: Monday, September 9, 2013 10:44:53 AM
Subject: [SurgeMail List] SSL
When you upgrade an installation will it overwrite your SSL certificates?
I just realized my cert isn't the official one I had anymore, its back to the
self generated one. Nobody called in or anything about it either! If I recall
all I had to do was copy the files into /usr/local/surgemail/ssl correct? I
don't really need to do it in the web gui right?