Export the BlackBerry Proxy
certificate to the local computer
BlackBerry Proxycertificate to the local computer
If you must configure SSL comunication to allow communication between theMailservices), export the
BlackBerry Connectivity Nodeand on-premises
BEMSservices (for example, the
BlackBerry Proxyroot and intermediate certificate chains and import them into the
The following task is not browser-specific. For specific instructions, see the documentation for the browser you are using.
Verify that the
BlackBerry Connectivity Nodeis installed with a status of Running.
- On the computer that hosts theBlackBerry Connectivity Node, export theBlackBerry Proxycertificate to your computer. In a browser, typehttps://localhost:17433. A certificate error message is displayed because the certificate was signed by a CA that is not recognized as a well-known CA.
- To open the Certificate dialog, click the certificate icon in the URL field.
- ClickCertificate Path.
- Click the root certificate. The root certificate is the first item in the Certificate hierarchy.
- ClickView Certificate.
- Click theDetailstab.
- ClickCopy to File.
- SelectBase-64 encoded X.509 (.CER).
- Enter a name for the certificate (for example, ca.cer) and export it to the local computer.
- If you configure theConnectservice, copy the exportedBlackBerry Proxycertificate to the computer that hostsBEMSand Import the certificate to the BEMS Windows keystore.
- If you configure thePresenceservice andDocsservice, copy the exportedBlackBerry Proxycertificate to the computer that hostsBEMSand Import the certificate into the Java keystore on BEMS.