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SSL Certificate Installation in SurgeMail

If you have not yet created a Certificate Signing Request (CSR) and ordered your certificate, see
SSL Certificate CSR Creation :: SurgeMail Mail Server.

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Installing your SurgeMail SSL Certificate

  1. Login to your DigiCert Account to Download both the Primary, and Intermediate Certificate files from your DigiCert account.

  2. In the Web Admin where your CSR was created, simply copy and paste the contents of the certificate files to the 'SSL Certificate(s)' field. The Primary Certificate (your_domain_name.crt) must be first, and the Intermediate Certificate (DigiCertCA.crt) second with no line of space between the two.

    (Your Primary certificate: your_domain_name.crt)
    -----END CERTIFICATE-----

    (Your Intermediate certificate: DigiCertCA.crt)
    -----END CERTIFICATE-----

    To copy the SSL Certificates, the certificates can be best opened in text format with a text editor that retains the block format of the file such as WordPad.

  3. Press Save and restart SurgeMail to begin using the new Certificate.

Installing your SSL Certificates in NetWin SurgeMail


How to install your SSL Digital Certificate on a SurgeMail Server.

What ports do I need to open on my firewall?

This depends on the services you wish to offer, but in principle the main ports you will need open to TCP traffic are: Dossier.

53 DNS lookup for outgoing mail
110 POP3 services (Also used for mirroring)
143 IMAP services
25 SMTP services
587 SMTP Local Users
80 (or 7080 if port 80 is already in use) Webmail HTTP access
7025 Administration HTTPS access
995 Secure POP3 services
993 Secure IMAP services
465 Secure SMTP services
7443 Secure Webmail HTTPS access
7026 Administration HTTP access

Note for ‘firewalld’ (Linux)

<?xml version=”1.0″ encoding=”utf-8″?>
<description>This option is for Surgemail from</description>
<port protocol=”tcp” port=”25″/>
<port protocol=”tcp” port=”106″/>
<port protocol=”tcp” port=”110″/>
<port protocol=”tcp” port=”143″/>
<port protocol=”tcp” port=”465″/>
<port protocol=”tcp” port=”587″/>
<port protocol=”tcp” port=”993″/>
<port protocol=”tcp” port=”995″/>
<port protocol=”tcp” port=”7025″/>
<port protocol=”tcp” port=”7026″/>
<port protocol=”tcp” port=”7080″/>
<port protocol=”tcp” port=”7110″/>
<port protocol=”tcp” port=”7443″/>
The usage is:
cp surgemail.xml /usr/lib/firewalld/services/
firewall-cmd –add-service=surgemail –zone=public –permanent
firewall-cmd –reload

I have more than one IP but only want SurgeMail to listen on one, how?

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g_smtp_port <ip:port>

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This allows SurgeMail to listen on a specified port and IP, you can add multiple IPs if you wish to listen on more than one and multiple ports also.


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g_smtp_port “,”

How do I make SurgeMail bind to one ip for outgoing messages?

In surgemail.ini add the following setting then restart.

g_bind_out “x.x.x.x”