More about my SSL certificate problem
number6 at noisynotes.com
Mon Jun 15 13:32:39 UTC 2015
What is the reasoning behind that `<' anyway? It just appears so odd
that a path should have that at its front.
On Mon, 15 Jun 2015 15:20:25 +0200, you wrote:
>Am Montag, den 15.06.2015, 07:38 -0400 schrieb Steve Matzura:
>> If I could remove this message from this list, I would! I just figured
>> out what my problem was, and it's something I thought *FOR SURE* I had
>> fixed. I've looked at this thing so many times, I fell into the trap
>> of not seeing the forest for the trees. I had inadvertently omitted
>> the '<' before the first certificate definition. I guess there really
>> is something to the technique of walking away from a problem for a
>> while--in this case, overnight--and then coming tack to it and seeing
>> it as if for the first time. I am able to successfully connect via
>> Telnet and will carry on with my testing and integration with Postfix.
>> Thanks to all for their help.
>No need to. I'ts just another addition addition to a "knowledge" base,
>which might be helpful for someone else sometimes else.
>Congrats for your problem being solved and thanks for sharing it for
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