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9505 Post Office unavailable, with POA 2014 using SOAP SSL

Hi,

I don't know if there is something strange with my customers system, or I found a bug...

I've just upgraded the Primary and PO server to GW2014, while WebAccess server is still on 2012. Trying to log in gives error 9505 that the PO is unavailable. All communication to https://po-ip:7191/soap is working fine.

Disabling SSL on SOAP and WebAccess is functioning again. As there are no SOAP SSL switches in the webacc.cfg I'm not able to make it work with SSL.

Is there some way to fix this - except upgrading WebAccess to 2014, or disabling SSL on SOAP??

Patrick Frontéri # GroupWiseR of Norway # Active part of the OpenHorizons and NetworkPartners.no Collaboration
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Re: 9505 Post Office unavailable, with POA 2014 using SOAP SSL

In article <pfronteri.6uqm7z@no-mx.forums.novell.com>, Pfronteri wrote:
> Is there some way to fix this - except upgrading WebAccess to 2014, or
> disabling SSL on SOAP??


I guess the question is "what is keeping WebAccess 2012 around?"
It is easy enough to upgrade, and if you have some GW 2012 POs around
there is a mechanism in Webaccess 2014 that will have it redirect to an
older Webaccess URL if the POA is still on an older version.

On a POA you can have two SOAP ports. Perhaps one SSLized for most
things, the other open for the old Webaccess.


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Re: 9505 Post Office unavailable, with POA 2014 using SOAP S

Hi Patrick

This could have something to do with the SSL certificates that you are using to establish the SSL SOAP connection.

Perhaps take a look at these TIDS:

https://www.novell.com/support/kb/doc.php?id=7010911

https://www.novell.com/support/kb/doc.php?id=7010829

This may, or may not, be the cause of your headache.

Please let us know how it goes.

Cheers,
Laura Buckley

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