I have a server, ns1.domain.com. ns1.domain.com runs virtualmin on port 1234. ns1.domain.com does not have a valid ssl cert.
On that server is anotherdomain.com.
anotherdomain.com has a valid working ssl cert and a mailman mailing list.
mailman often redirects users to https://anotherdomain.com:1234/virtualmin-mailman/unauthenticated/listin...
This appears to be some kind of url redirect to https://ns1.domain.com:1234/virtualmin-mailman/unauthenticated/listinfo.cgi - I assume because the mailman cgis are located there.
I dont want to do a separate install of mailman, but I do want the cgi url to be something with a valid cert. Can I simply copy the mailman cgis to a folder on anotherdomain.com and rewrite the regexp redirect to point there (ummmm.... doubt it). If not, what seems like a reasonable solution to my quandary?
Thanks for your time!