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    how do i do this? is there a way to push http to use ssl?

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    I have done this. if I may ask what is the benefit of doing redirect over mixed mode? is there a way to bypass the security certificate prompt for my users? TIA

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    I actually updated that wiki last, about as clear as I can write it anyways -

    So mixed makes sure all logins are https:
    -If the user goes to http:// it will redirect to https:// for the login only, then will revert to http:// for normal session traffic.
    -If they browse to https:// then they will stay https:// for the entire session.

    Beginning with ZCS 5.0 we have redirect which forces a change to https:
    -Like mixed, if the user goes to http:// it will redirect to https:// but they will stay https:// for their entire session.
    -Redirect is more useful than setting the mode to https because otherwise you'll just get nothing on visiting http://

    If you want it to be their choice, don't forget both mode which doesn't do any redirect - just lets you connect on either http or https.

    After any switch it's wise to checkout: SMTP Auth Problems - Zimbra :: Wiki

    You can remove some of the prompts by having them install the certificates in their browsers - even better of course is to use a Commercial Certificates - Zimbra :: Wiki
    (New in 5.0 is an extension in your admin console gui that you can use to do that process a little easier, it generally works with most certs - there's one or two things that will be in the next release to correct minor issues/design shortcomings with that extension.)

    Hows the other issue of this thread - did testing from other operating systems change the outcome at all?

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    I will look into commercial certificates.

    The other issue crops up quite often in all of our linux boxes but are non existent in any other system that I have used... I haven't tried kde. all with firefox.

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