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The Topic Reply Notification emails sent to advise on a reply include 2 https:// links.

Should be http:// links because clicking on the https;// links gives 'Untrusted Connection' error in browser.

details state the certificate has expired and it is for .net not .com amoung other things.

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Are you sure it happens here?
I can only see the link correctly as: "http://dragonflycms.org/Forums/viewtopic/p=[0-9]+.html" as it is generated by
URL::index("&file=viewtopic&p={$post_id}", true, true);


yes the certificate is self-signed for aeshnidae.dragonflycms.net (the server name)

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Last edited by DJ Maze on Sat Nov 28, 2015 3:00 pm; edited 1 time in total


Yep.

Here's the original that i reported:Hello, You are receiving this email because you are watching the topic, "CPGNucalendar events not showing up with certain theme" at CPG Dragonfly™ CMS. This topic has received a reply since your last visit. You can use the following link to view the replies made - no more notifications will be sent until you visit the topic. https://dragonflycms.org/Forums/viewtopic/p=158634.html#158634 If you no longer wish to watch this topic you can either click the "Stop watching this topic link" found at the bottom of the topic above, or by clicking the following link: https://dragonflycms.org/Forums/viewtopic/t=23596/unwatch=topic.html

And here's the one from your post above - which is correct:Hello, You are receiving this email because you are watching the topic, "https links in Forum notifications" at CPG Dragonfly™ CMS. This topic has received a reply since your last visit. You can use the following link to view the replies made - no more notifications will be sent until you visit the topic. http://dragonflycms.org/Forums/viewtopic/p=158636.html#158636 If you no longer wish to watch this topic you can either click the "Stop watching this topic link" found at the bottom of the topic above, or by clicking the following link: http://dragonflycms.org/Forums/viewtopic/t=25445/unwatch=topic.html

Does it depend on whether the OP was using http:// or https:// ?

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That could be it.
I should buy an ssl certificate

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I bought an SSL certificate for $4.99. Better now?

Oh, your avatar is not https 🙈

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Last edited by DJ Maze on Sun Nov 29, 2015 11:44 pm; edited 1 time in total


Wasn't trying to get you to spend money! Wink Was thinking along the lines of removing the 's' Laughing

But the first email links now!!!

Where do you get a $5 SSL Comodo certificate that you trust?

[ My hosts bill monthly for one. ]

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I bought it here using PayPal cheapsslsecurity.com/

And you could even get one for free at www.startssl.com/ but that failed for this website due to a donations link (financial).
Free only possible when not commercial nor financial.

Your website has an ssl certificate for lunarpages.com Smile

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Last edited by DJ Maze on Mon Nov 30, 2015 3:33 pm; edited 5 times in total


I have SSL installed on the server but am still getting 'Untrusted Connection' error in browser. Can someone suggest why this happens and what should I do in such a case?

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You probably must attach the intermediate certificates. Ask at the people where you got the SSL from.

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