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    jason719 is offline Active Member
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    Default AjxRpc.Invoke failed when access via https

    Hi I am using /service/proxy (AjxRpc.Invoke) to access an external web server via https.

    I got some SSL exception and ssl connection failed.

    But when use http it works.

    I am wondering if some configuration has to be done on Zimbra server proxy for https to work?, for example certificate ...


    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by jason719 View Post
    Hi I am using /service/proxy (AjxRpc.Invoke) to access an external web server via https.

    I got some SSL exception and ssl connection failed.

    But when use http it works.

    I am wondering if some configuration has to be done on Zimbra server proxy for https to work?, for example certificate ...


    Thanks
    Because of how SSL does certificate management, I am not sure this will work. You may request the site CNN.com - Breaking News, U.S., World, Weather, Entertainment & Video News, but if you proxied the SSL cert, it won't match where the request is actually going.

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