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$(UWhen sending automatic notifications for a folder in Vibe the user receives an email with the link to the document. Because Vibe is originally configured for port 8443, the emailmessage has the 8443 in the link. But I have iptables in place were port 8443 is replace by 443. And also NAM that is using only 443. So the link in the email should be either https://......./document.doc or https://......:443/document.doc. How can I replace the 8443 in the emailmessage with the desired portnumber??

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janvdmeij;2163451 wrote:
$(UWhen sending automatic notifications for a folder in Vibe the user receives an email with the link to the document. Because Vibe is originally configured for port 8443, the emailmessage has the 8443 in the link. But I have iptables in place were port 8443 is replace by 443. And also NAM that is using only 443. So the link in the email should be either https://......./document.doc or https://......:443/document.doc. How can I replace the 8443 in the emailmessage with the desired portnumber??

Jan.


Hi Jan

You have to edit the ssf.properties file in tomcat, see TID 7007110

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$(UHallo foccer,

This is only correct if I want to change from http to https. But not if I only want to change the https 8443 port in the emaillink to https 443.

I can change this port in the ssf-ext.properties (ssf.secure.port) - but then the whole Vibe configuration changes from 8443 https to 443 https, I think.

Any other suggestions?

Jan.

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Re: documentlink in email wrong, automatic notifications


janvdmeij;2163451 Wrote:
> $(UWhen sending automatic notifications for a folder in Vibe the user
> receives an email with the link to the document. Because Vibe is
> originally configured for port 8443, the emailmessage has the 8443 in
> the link. But I have iptables in place were port 8443 is replace by 443.
> And also NAM that is using only 443. So the link in the email should be
> either https://......./document.doc or https://......:443/document.doc.
> How can I replace the 8443 in the emailmessage with the desired
> portnumber??
>
> Jan.


Hi Jan

You have to edit the ssf.properties file in tomcat, see 'TID 7007110'
(http://www.novell.com/support/php/search.do?cmd=displayKC&docType=kc&externalId=7007110&sliceId=1&docTypeID=DT_TID_1_1&dialogID=290734741&stateId=0%200%20290736890)

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janvdmeij;2164293 wrote:
$(UHallo foccer,

This is only correct if I want to change from http to https. But not if I only want to change the https 8443 port in the emaillink to https 443.

I can change this port in the ssf-ext.properties (ssf.secure.port) - but then the whole Vibe configuration changes from 8443 https to 443 https, I think.

Any other suggestions?

Jan.

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Van:
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Re: documentlink in email wrong, automatic notifications


janvdmeij;2163451 Wrote:
> $(UWhen sending automatic notifications for a folder in Vibe the user
> receives an email with the link to the document. Because Vibe is
> originally configured for port 8443, the emailmessage has the 8443 in
> the link. But I have iptables in place were port 8443 is replace by 443.
> And also NAM that is using only 443. So the link in the email should be
> either https://......./document.doc or https://......:443/document.doc.
> How can I replace the 8443 in the emailmessage with the desired
> portnumber??
>
> Jan.


Hi Jan

You have to edit the ssf.properties file in tomcat, see 'TID 7007110'
(How to change URL links in a mail notification to use HTTPS protocol instead of default HTTP.)

Aaron


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Run the Vibe installer again and choose reconfigure, have you configured the ports as below?

port="80"
listenPort="8080"
securePort="443"
secureListenPort="8443"

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Thanks for the tip Thomas, very usefull and logical...:))
Regards
Victor
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