Weird issue with Tomcat redirecting to HTTP

I seem to be having a weird issue with Cipermail redirecting to HTTP even though I try to access a HTTPS address. For instance:

https://server/ciphermail/login

redirects to:

http://server/ciphermail/login

If I go to the address bar and manually put in https, then it works.

This only happens when I try to access ciphermail web gui. This is the same config I had for earlier version of Ciphermail (3.x) but in 4.1.x it started exhibiting this weird behavior.

The biggest problem is the encrypted PDF email links that go out with the emails, users are complaining that when the click on the link to access the Portal to view an encrypted email, they get an error in their web browser that the site needs to be accessed via https

My config is as follows. I am handling SSL in apache and using mod_proxy_ajp to proxy connections to ciphermail port 8080. I have disabled https in ciphermail tomcat by adding the following line in /etc/default/tomcat7:

JAVA_OPTS="$JAVA_OPTS -Ddjigzo.https.all=false"

Thanks

I seem to be having a weird issue with Cipermail redirecting to HTTP
even though I try to access a HTTPS address. For instance:

https://server/ciphermail/login

redirects to:

http://server/ciphermail/login

If I go to the address bar and manually put in https, then it works.

This only happens when I try to access ciphermail web gui. This is
the same config I had for earlier version of Ciphermail (3.x) but in
4.1.x it started exhibiting this weird behavior.

There was no change between 3.x and 4.1.x that caused this so something
else must have changed.

The biggest problem is the encrypted PDF email links that go out with
the emails, users are complaining that when the click on the link to
access the Portal to view an encrypted email, they get an error in
their web browser that the site needs to be accessed via https

My config is as follows. I am handling SSL in apache and using
mod_proxy_ajp to proxy connections to ciphermail port 8080. I have
disabled https in ciphermail tomcat by adding the following line in
/etc/default/tomcat7:

JAVA_OPTS="$JAVA_OPTS -Ddjigzo.https.all=false"

I'm not certain that djigzo.https.all=false is correct. In this case
some links might be created using http instead of https. Have you tried
it without setting djigzo.https.all=false?

Kind regards,

Martijn Brinkers

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On 25-10-18 14:17, Dino Edwards via Users wrote:

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