I'm having the same problem here. For some reason DNS did not start when I configured the server the first time so the DNS name ended up being just "server" instead of "server.mydomain.com"
I restarted DNS and rebooted the server and now it correctly lists the DNS name as "server.mydomain.com", but the push notification server is still listed simply as "server" and that's what's listed under iCal and Email is just "server" and it can't be removed because I can no longer log into the non-existent "server" since it is now "server.mydomain.com"
It's not updating itself and I can't remove and re-add the correct server. Urggh.
changeip did not help.
Last login: Fri Dec 11 09:32:23 on console
mycompany:~ administrator$ sudo serveradmin settings notification
notification:hide-nodes = 1
notification:backend = "sqlite"
notification:dbuser = ""
notification:rhost = "127.0.0.1"
notification:secret = "?[-!FYMFkMe$XR["
notification:sslKeyFile = "/etc/certificates/mycompany.com.14C800606F2ABBFD1D35F69B430D02680B7C1EDE.conca t.pem"
notification:jid = "pubsub"
notification:clusterHostname = ""
notification:clusterNodes = emptyarray
notification:domain = "mail.mycompany.com"
notification:verbose = 0
notification:sslCAFile = "/etc/certificates/mycompany.com.14C800606F2ABBFD1D35F69B430D02680B7C1EDE.chain .pem"
notification:connectAsClient = no
notification:dbname = "/var/db/idavoll"
notification:rport = "5347"
notification:privilegedUsers:arrayindex:0 = "notificationuser"
notification:privilegedUsers:arrayindex:1 = "com.apple.notificationuser"
notification:dbpass = ""
notification:connectToCluster = no
You have edited the response, making it hard to me to give accurate advice. Subject to that, I note that your server certificate may not match your host name.
Why are you wanting to change the settings since it seems they, as edited, are correct.
If post the unedited output both commands then I may be able to understand the problem.
Not a problem, just trying to help. There is not normally anything to hide in publishing your domain name and host name.
The Push Notification service settings needs to match that of the Server hostname. You should not be able to change it. You should be able to 'remove' notification server services from mail and ical screens of the server admin application or you can turn Push Notification off.
If there is a mismatch in the hostname of the server and the hostname in the push server settings then out will have problems, however in your case, it seems they are correct.