It's possible if the client OS and browser supports SNI. WinXP(and
there are quite a few computers still running XP out there) does NOT
support SNI and never will for instance. WinXP will only see the first
server name on the certificate.
IMHO, a public website will still have to support WinXP.
LCR Computer Services, Inc.
On 05/16/16 16:07, surgemail-support wrote:
> Well if you are going to go around reading help pages !!! :-) I will
> update that comment...
> It was true once, to some extent but is less true now as we have
> implemented the ssl extensions that allow virtual domains in almost
> all situations
> to function normally. It does depend a little on the client software
> On 16/05/2016 6:36 p.m., surgemailHIDDEN@etwinsite.com wrote:
>> surgemail-support <surgemailHIDDEN@firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> The documentation at
>> http://netwinsite.com/surgemail/help/global.htm#g_ssl_per_domain says
>> "Per domain SSL certificates can only be used with IP based vdomains"
>> which led me to believe that name based vdomains would not work.
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