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    Default How to prolong the duration of certificate?

    I follow this article and resolved the problem of cert expired . Now my mail system work well . But I only prolonged the date of my credentials one more year. It means next year, i also need to repeat today's work. I modified the entry to 3650 according to the sentences of " If you want to change the duration of the certificate from the default (365 days), modify the "default_days" entry in the file /opt/zimbra/conf/zmssl.cnf.in ". BUT after "zmcontrol stop / zmcontrol start" , I also found the duration of certificate is one year(by the command "/opt/zimbra/bin/zmcertmgr viewdeployedcrt all").

    Now my question is : how to change the duration of certificate to 5 or 10 or more years by cli .
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    Quote Originally Posted by marisu View Post
    Now my question is : how to change the duration of certificate to 5 or 10 or more years by cli .
    thanks!
    I also must now recreate the certificate, but also have no desire to repeat this every year.

    on my version (5.0.12) zmcertmgr reports a parameter [-days validation days]:- Default <validation_days> is 365.

    I'm hoping adding -days 3650 will result in 10 years of peace and quiet

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    Indeed; that should resolve the problem nicely

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