My setup works with https://www.domainname.com:7443/surgeweb as does
yours. (Your secure URL sent off-list.)
Director of Technology
Lockney (TX) Independent School District
PO Box 428 -- 406 W. Willow
Lockney, TX 79241
806-652-4943 (Direct Office)
On Tuesday 06/21/2011 at 11:27, Peter Dyke wrote:
> [SurgeMail Version 5.3c-12, Built Apr 8 2011 05:49:48, Platform
> Linux_64 (Surgeweb Enabled)]
> Am I having a senior moment?
> I am trying to transition our users gradually from an http to an https
> login for Surgeweb.
> I currently have g_webmail_port set to 80, and g_webmail_secure_port
> at 7443.
> If they land on port 80, I have a link that takes them to
> http://mail.domain.com/surgeweb which of course works just fine. But
> what would be the equivalent link to take them to the secure login
> page for Surgeweb? http://mail.domain.com:7443 goes back to the same
> as the port 80 page, just with an https connection, and so no new
> route to the secure Surgeweb. Neither https://mail.domain.com/surgeweb
> nor https://mail.domain.com/surgeweb:7443 connect at all.
> I don't want to force Surgeweb to require an https connection just yet
> for all connections, there needs to be some education first.
> So my question is, what would be the URL, equivalent to
> http://mail.domain.com/surgeweb, that would enable an https page for
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