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Hello Lets Encrypt.
My question is about Zimbra. After install or renew a cert, Zimbra asks to insert to chain.pem the IdenTrust root Certificate also. Otherwise will not deploy it.
The instructions are here: Installing a LetsEncrypt SSL Certificate - Zimbra :: Tech Center
What will happen after 11/21? Will Zimbra recognize Letsencrypt CA?
Thank you in advance.
If you have a test environment, or you can afford the Zimbra environment you do have to potentially be unavailable for a period (e.g. planned engineering) you should test what happens if you omit this step in their instructions.
This additional item in the chain will not be necessary for the web browser to trust your certificate, so the question is only whether for some reason the Zimbra software itself requires this certificate, which it should not do. If everything works perfectly without, you should advise the maintainers to update the instructions you linked, they seem quite old so it's possible they already knew they're wrong and should be updated. If things break, you could report that here, but most importantly alert the Zimbra maintainers that they've got a problem looming.
Thank you for your answer.
Our Zimbra server is very productive and actually the mail server one of our client.
Unfortunately we have to wait until next cert renew and see what will happened.
Zimbra forum don't have yet something similar. I'll try there and came back for new information.