I've done the following:
1. In Configuration document set "SSL negotiated over TCP/IP port" to "Enabled"
2. In server document, changed the "Fully qualified Internet host name" to DNS name for which we use HTTPS.
3. Added the name in 2. to SMTP Inbound Site document.
4. Set the .kyr file in SMTP Inbound Site document to match what we use for this DNS name for HTTPS.
5. Placed the name in 2. to the MX record of the mail domain in DNS.
Now when I try to send mail from gmail to this server I get this to the log and the mail is not received:
"ISiteAdrs Server Error: SSL Port is enabled but there are no Internet Site Documents allowing SSL for this server."
What did I do wrong?
How to enable TLS for inbound SMTP?... (Panu Haaramo 25.Oct.11)
Feedback number WEBB8MYGPP created by Panu Haaramo on 10/25/2011
Comments: If someone know how to be sure it is using TLS now, please let me know. At least I'm not getting the error any more.
. . Server Document? (Mark Taylor 25.Oct.11)
. . . . Thanks, I've had that on and off (Panu Haaramo 25.Oct.11)
. . . . . . keyfile name.. (Mark Taylor 25.Oct.11)
. . . . . . . . Thanks, that's a great idea (Panu Haaramo 25.Oct.11)
. . Solved! (Panu Haaramo 25.Oct.11)
. . . . A Little Help (Gregg Eldred 25.Oct.11)
. . . . . . Great, thank you! (Panu Haaramo 25.Oct.11)
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