I am using PHP 5.6 and I don't have this problem so no,
I don't think that this is your problem.
I'm pretty sure that the problem resides in your postfix/dovecot configuration, if you use those.


If you use postfix/dovecot I can tell you where to look.

Bye,
Davide


Il 10/08/2017 19.30, Ralph Seichter ha scritto:
On 10.08.17 19:00, Davide Perini wrote:

I had the same problems until a saint suggested me to stop using self
signed certificates and start using Let's Encrypt. It's completely free
and you can create a strong signed certificates in minutes.
Thanks, I am aware of Let's Encrypt, but the problems I described occur
with certificates issued by both Let's Encrypt and by my own CA (not
self-signed certs, but a real CA). I guess I should have mentioned that.

I included my own CA certificates and those provided by Let's Encrypt in
my Roundcube server's keychain, but it just does not work as expected. I
am fairly certain it is related to PHP 5.6 in particular, as I described
earlier.

-Ralph
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