I tried also to install the certificate of the CA in the Trusted Root
Certification Authorities folder. It says Import Successfull, but my CA
doesn't show up in the list.

Any hints?

> Apparently, it's someting wrong with the certificates, as IE Watch gets=

:
>
> ERROR_INTERNET_SEC_INVALID_CERT
>
> What could this be? Firefox works just fine with these certs. Additiona=

ly,
> pop3s and imaps from Dovecot work fine with the same certs, even with M=

S
> Outlook and Outlook Express clients.
>
> It's a self created CA, with self signed certificates.
>
> Any suggestions for what should I check further?
>
> Thank you in advance!
>
> BBR
>
>
>> BB said:
>>> I made the tests with IE from at least 4 different computers, located
>>> in
>>> networks from 3 different ISP's.
>>>
>>> Yes, the connection is done, because ith shows up instantly with
>>> tail -f /var/log/apache/ssl_engine_log
>>>
>>>

>>
>> Sounds weird. You could try installing an HTTP capture tool like IE
>> Watch
>> and seeing if that gives any useful info.
>>
>> --
>> Michael Pacey
>>
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