On Fri, Dec 01 2017, Mark Pagnotta wrote: > The command returned an ID and a URL. The ticket was created and the > file stored on the server successfully. ("POST /rest.php/newticket > HTTP/1.1" 200 0)
Then the server is correctly configured, no need to look further server-side. > Is there any other information I can dig up that may help narrow down > the issue? What's interesting here is that dl-wx is built using PyInstaller which simply bundles python and openssl. There's nothing magic being done in dl-wx. But thunderbird is using libnss, which is completely independent. libnss is also used by the matching firefox version, so if firefox works, I don't expect issues with thunderbird. As a suggestion, I would further try dl-cli, the python command line client. First from your bsd system, then I would try the same client under windows to replicate the same issue as dl-wx. To run dl-cli (or dl-wx), install anaconda from https://www.anaconda.com/. This will install also a bash terminal with a pre-set path for the anaconda's python. From there, simply run dl-cli as you would on *nix. The advantage here is that you're testing the same setup as dl-wx.