apparently Envelope-From, Sender and Errors-To headers are set to a wrong address for messages from mailman to the list-owner. This is particularly true for mails like 'message requires approval'.
It seems like the plesk<->mailman magic results in all list-domains being written to the end of /var/lib/mailman/Mailman/mm_cfg.py in the following format: add_virtualhost('list.DOMAIN').This in return results in mail headers Envelope-From, Sender and Errors-To of mailman system mails like described above being set to mailman-bounces@DOMAIN, where DOMAIN is the one from the last add_virtualhost entry.
In my opinion, this obviously is a bug. Maintainance mails from mailinglists have wrong headers set, often with a domain that belongs to a completely different customer than the mailinglist.
I found the following discussion on mailman-users mailinglist from 2008 which discusses the same issue - also a plesk setup: URL....
OS: CentOS 6.5 (Final) Plesk version: 12.0.18 Update #16, last updated at Sept 11, 2014 04:07 AM PHP: 5.4.32
we created a new mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org and we tried to send a message, as administrator, to the list and to the temporary users subscribed.But Mailman dones't send anything ! And we receive this error:
I have issue with qmail server. I want to update ssl certificate and for this i have replaced older servercert.pem with new servercert.pem file in /var / qmail/ control/. and restart service of qmail using qmailctl restart.But after updating this certificate my web browser still showing older certificate details.
I installed a new ssl certificate, changed it to be default and secure Plesk, switched the IP to use it. Now I wanted to remove the old one but it shows me that there is still one usage of this cert and I can't remove it. But how can I find what is using it?
I tried to remove the ssl certificate but although I have removed it from the IP I'm getting an error that it is still assigned to it. The solution in [URL] .... didn't work cause the Certificate field is grey out in my case.
I am replacing the default certificate in Plesk so that customers do not get a certificate warning when visiting the panel login page.
I've created the certificate in the "SSL Certificates" section made it default and used it to secure Plesk. However I've still got all the existing domains using the old default certificate, how can I do a mass changeover so that all existing domains are now using the new certificate?
I've updated the IP's to use the new certificate. When I go to "SSL Certificates" in "Tools and Settings", it seems that there are some domains now using the new certificate but quite a lot of the other are still not, how can I get these over too?
I’ve read the documentations of (PBAS, Plesk, and Securing Websites).how to add SSL Certificate to our Webmail? In addition, I need to know, how to request CSR key and install SSL for our mail server in order for us to protect our emails and to use the SSL Protocol in mail softwares such as Outlook? I will explain the scenario in details:
1- We have (www.example.com) which is our "Plesk Server hostname" and a subscription in our "Plesk Server". 2- We have (pbas.example.com) which is our "PBAS Server hostname" and it's not a subscription in our "Plesk Server". 3- We have (account.example.com) which is a "Subscription" in our "Plesk Server".
Here are the DNS records of our domain and subdomains: Host-Type-Data -A-192.168.1.30 www-A-192.168.1.30 mail-A-192.168.1.30 pbas-A-192.168.1.31 account-A-192.168.1.32 -MX-example.com.
how to generate CSR key for each domain/subdomain and how to install the SSL for it? Our "Plesk" is 11.5 and installed on CentOS 6.4.
When using `plesk bin --update domain.example.com -certificate-name 'certificate'`, Plesk always returns `Unable to find certificate`, I have verified the certificate exists using `plesk bin certificate -l -admin` and the spelling of the certificate name is correct. I can use the WebUI to associate the certificate to the site and have verified it works, however I need to automate this task.
Also, the online documentation for the `plesk bin site` command does not mention the `-certificate-name` option, however it is listed when running `plesk bin site -h`.
The documentation missing the information is found here: [URL] ....
My System: Ubuntu 12.04 Plesk 12.0.18 Update #18 Only Webserver no mail
What I want: I have an old sha1 certificate and I would change this for the whole server.
What I have done so far: I have already uploaded the new sha256 certificate with a new private key to plesk (I can not simply replace the old one, plesk does not allow me to upload a new private key).
Then I set the new certificate as standard certificate and pressed the "secure pannel" button.
After that the panel uses the new certificate.
Then I set in "Tools & Settings -> IP Addresses" on both IP addresses the new certificate.
But now the "Tools & Settings -> SSL Certificates" shows me that the old certificate is still used 2 times somewhere. But the Interface does not show where it is used. How can I find out where this certificate is used? I want to remove the old certificate from the server.
I am developing new module and installed SSL certificate using following API call.
Request call: <packet> <certificate> <install>
But when i checked this domain by open in browser. the certificate is not installed. After lots of R&D i found that there are option of select SSL in hosting setting screen. The default selected SSL is "default certificate".
I have changed this option to "not selected".
After this changes i have installed certificate again and it is working fine. So is it bug in plesk or it is default behavior Plesk Panel?
Outlook 2013 complains about the SSL certificate when using email. Installing the certificate still doesn't stop the error/warning. What are my options?
Can I install on the plesk server a self-signed SSL cert and avoid the issues? Can I buy & install a single certificate for that one domain and resolve the issue but not affect others. Do I need to buy a SAN certificate for the whole server?
My default certificate expired recently. I created a new certificate "default certificate 2".
I used this certificate for "Secure the Panel"
I went to "Tools and Settings" -> "IP addresses" and made this certificate the default for all the IPs. On the page "Tools and Settings" -> "SSL certificates", it says Used: 0 next to "default certificate".
But when I try to delete it, it tells me: "Error: Unable to remove certificates: one or several certificates are assigned to the IP addresses/domains."
Is there anywhere I can check where this certificate is still used?
My current configuration is: Ubtuntu Server 10.04, Plesk 11.5 and Roundcube 0.9.5 (installed via Plesk as the default webmail application) on Apache.
I played around with an SSL checker (https://www.ssllabs.com/ssltest/) to test my certificates and I found out that Roundcube delivered a broken certificate chain. It didn't deliver the intermediate certificate correctly. I searched through the configuration file of roundcube (/etc/apache2/plesk.conf.d/roundcube.conf) and discovered that there was only an entry for SSLCertificateFile.
To fix this I added the intermediate certificate via SSLCACertificateFile to the configuration file:
I just upgraded from Plesk 11.x to 12.0.18 and was eager to try the new sieve functions. I used the normal Plesk Updates/Upgrades tool to change the imap server from Courier to Dovecot. However, Dovecot will not start. It gives an error about /etc/dovecot/private/ssl-cert-and-key.pem missing.
I have a new Plesk 12 installation. I have configured a domain (example.com) with hosting that also requires wildcard subdomains.
To achieve this I had to create a vhost.conf file with...
This works and I can go to http://anything.example.com with no issue.
I purchased a wildcard SSL certificate for *.example.com and successfully installed it.
If I go to https://example.com it works perfectly and shows the correct certificate, however if I go to https://anything.example.com it tells me the connection is untrusted, when I view the certificate, it shows the Parallels Plesk self certified certificate and not my purchased certificate.
I created a vhost_ssl.conf with
ServerAlias *.example.com ServerAlias *.example.com:443 #tried with and without this line
If I add an exception in the browser, then I am taken to the correct place, albeit with the incorrect certificate.
Of course I have executed httpdmng --reconfigure-domain example.com and also tried a full reboot.
http://example.com - works
http://anything.example.com - works
https://example.com works with my certificate
https://anything.example.com has Parallels certificate but routes to correct page
Have Plesk 12 in Centos...all working fine...but I have assigned dedicated IP for one domain, have request certificate (as admin) for this domain, purchase certificate in Comodo and installed...this certificate working fine and SSL Checker is good...problem is in domain how have assigned this certificate in menu SSL not appear...
I have only Default Certificate (certificate Plesk self signed) and Not Selected...but name for real certificate CA not appear...in Admin IP Address have all ok...IP for this domain and certificate (name of certificate installed) and website.... With this problem is normal? How configure SSL for email?
I've written a script to send property data to rightmove.co.uk as part of their new automated data feed. However they require a secure connection to their systems when posting the data. They have provided me with a .pem file which is a security certificate. I need to install this on my plesk server but where to start as most certificates require a private key and the actual certificate. The private key I have been provided is only an 8 charter string, like a password.