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If you like, you can obtain this information from a UNIX/Linux machine
 
If you like, you can obtain this information from a UNIX/Linux machine
 
by running the command:
 
by running the command:
:<tt>openssl s_client -CApath /etc/ssl/certs -showcerts -starttls smtp -connect example.com:25</tt>
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:<tt>openssl s_client -CApath path_to_certificate -showcerts -starttls smtp -connect example.com:25</tt>
Where: example.com is the host name of the server being checked.
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Where:  
<path to certificate> - is the path to where the certificate is stored on the machine being queried, eg. on Debian it's typically /etc/ssl/certs
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* example.com is the host name of the server being checked.
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* path_to_certificate is the path to where the certificate is stored on the machine being queried, eg. on Debian it's typically /etc/ssl/certs
 
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Latest revision as of 16:12, 15 February 2018

If you like, you can obtain this information from a UNIX/Linux machine by running the command:

openssl s_client -CApath path_to_certificate -showcerts -starttls smtp -connect example.com:25

Where:

  • example.com is the host name of the server being checked.
  • path_to_certificate is the path to where the certificate is stored on the machine being queried, eg. on Debian it's typically /etc/ssl/certs