I just checked the source for the surgevault message generation, it
looks like it should use the url_host as specified in surgemail.ini
for the domain in question to generate the email secure.
This means I think that the urls in the surgevault emails fall under
the same rules as the surgeweb interface rules etc.
ie you can have one certificate for all the domains on the server, but
in order to not get any warnings you must make sure that all the
domains use the same hostname in the url they use to connect to
Alternatively, you can have the normal configuration of a separate
hostname per domain. But for SSL to not come up with warnings you
would need a separate certificate per domain, and separate ip address
per domain is also needed to have surgemail identify the domain in
Let me know if anyone has observations to the contrary.
On Saturday 14/01/2012 at 5:10 am, Martin Abell wrote:
> We really like the ability in the new webmail client to send a secure
> email (i.e., an email with a link to a secure website that has the
> message). However, we have over a hundred domains that could use
> this, and if they do, the browser will complain about the certificate
> (the one for the server) not matching the domain name of the sender.
> Since purchasing and setting up and maintaining a large number of
> secure certificates is out of the question, wonder if anyone has an
> idea how to handle this. We could try to warn the person clicking on
> the link in the email they get that this will happen, but... not
> Larry and Martin
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