Mixed content in Mailwatch statistics after enabling Lets Encrypt on 3.2.0.5

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efa-user
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Mixed content in Mailwatch statistics after enabling Lets Encrypt on 3.2.0.5

Post by efa-user » 27 Oct 2017 10:48

This seems to be the culprit:

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<img src="http://oss.oetiker.ch/rrdtool/.pics/rrdtool.gif" alt="" width="120" height="34">
Could the HTTP link to this image file be used to avoid the mixed content errors:

https://oss.oetiker.ch/rrdtool/.pics/rrdtool.gif

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Re: Mixed content in Mailwatch statistics after enabling Lets Encrypt on 3.2.0.5

Post by TheGr8Wonder » 28 Oct 2017 04:04

What file is this line from?

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Re: Mixed content in Mailwatch statistics after enabling Lets Encrypt on 3.2.0.5

Post by shawniverson » 28 Oct 2017 12:31

Thats MailGraph. Yeah a useless gif in the footer that we can probably just dump.
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Re: Mixed content in Mailwatch statistics after enabling Lets Encrypt on 3.2.0.5

Post by efa-user » 06 Nov 2017 21:23

Either replacing the HTTP image url with an HTTPS one, or ditching the image altogether works for me...

I guess it highlights how few people bothered to enable HTTPS support on EFA before the LetsEncrypt made it easy :)

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Re: Mixed content in Mailwatch statistics after enabling Lets Encrypt on 3.2.0.5

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