[CalendarServer-users] Fwd: [CalendarServer-dev] HTTPS-Problem

Georg Troska georg.troska at uni-dortmund.de
Wed Feb 18 12:18:35 PST 2009


ok maybe this is a better forum to ask this question

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> Von: Georg Troska <georg.troska at uni-dortmund.de>
> Datum: 18. Februar 2009 15:08:13 MEZ
> An: calendarserver-dev at lists.macosforge.org
> Betreff: [CalendarServer-dev] HTTPS-Problem
> Hi,
> I have problems to get HTTPS running on the calendarserver. (Ubuntu- 
> Intrepid)
> HTTP works fine now, but using HTTPS gives me an error-message in  
> iCal:
> "The account inforation could not be found - Unexpected error at the  
> secure name resoltion (Error -9813). The servername <name> is maybe  
> incorrect "
> (This is translated from german)
> I'm sure that HTTPS is running as I can reach it in the Browser -  
> authentication is running as well
> Thanks Georg
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meanwhile I found out, that I have a logentry in /var/log/system.log  
on my client:
Feb 18 21:14:01 regulus iCal[97893]: SMA: -[DAVRequest(Private)  
translateSSLError:]: { -9813 }
Feb 18 21:14:01 regulus iCal[97893]: [DAVRequest _readStreamEvent]:  
SecTrustEvaluate failed.  Failing with error: (null)

putting this into google made me a bit nervous when I read this: http://www.zimbra.com/forums/administrators/16397-caldav-issue-leopard.html

is it true that iCal cannot handle "selfmade SSL-Certs"? How can I put  
the cert on "always trust"?

I hope you can help. Thanks a lot

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