[Dovecot] Certs file

Bill Landry bill at inetmsg.com
Tue Feb 27 18:56:54 UTC 2007

Troy Engel wrote the following on 2/27/2007 9:58 AM -0800:
> John Robinson wrote:
>> Or whatever. But it is perhaps more common to have the two in 
>> separate files, after all one is public knowledge while one is secret 
>> and you've paid (what may be a lot of money) to have it certified.
> FYI only to all the lurkers -- certs from http://cacert.org work 
> perfectly with Dovecot (and everything else for that matter), you only 
> need to have your users import the Root cert to their Thunderbird et. al.
> Go open source (sic) certs!
> -te

Same here, I use a cacert.org certificate for both Dovecot and Postfix, 
and it works great for both.  The only hassle is that you need to renew 
these certs every 6 months.


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