> On 18.11.2017 13:51, Walter H. wrote:
>> still certificate issues: missing intermediate certificate
>> There is
>> *no* chain. Our cert is directly signed by the LetsEncrypt CA.
> that's wrong; LetsEncrypt is only an intermediate, and MUST be given
> by the server,
> as it isn't in any Trust Store by default.
Yep, I use LE and an it has a root CA and an intermediate - mine has:
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