if i try to open the own cloud tab on the web client though we get an error like "server rejected the connection" (in german: "Server hat die Verbindung getrennt") if we connect from outside (the internet).
if we connect from the same LAN we get the message:
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"Content was blocked because it was not signed by a valid security certificate.
For more information, see “About Certificate Errors” in Internet Explorer Help."
it is true that both the zimbra server itself (it's a standalone all in one server with all services apart from DNS installed) and the owncloud server do not possess a commercial/valid certificate. both certificates are self-signed.
so i tried to somehow make the zimbra server trust the certificate of the owncloud server. i did download the public part of the certificate with the internet explorer once as DER and once binary-encoded and tried to put them into /usr/share/ca-certificates, /usr/local/share/ca-certificates/ and even /etc/ssl/certificates and run "update-ca-certificates" but that did not do anything. it did even say that there was 0 certificates added. the certificates themselves have a ".cer" extension but i already tried it with the .cert extension as well.
the part i am probably missing is making the self-signed certificate of the owncloud server trusted on zimbra. can anybody help me with the correct place to put the certificates and the command to update it ?
P.S.: i already put the IP address and the FQDN of the zimbra server into the trusted domains array in the config.php of owncloud and restarted that server