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I got Sendy set-up and installed.
I now want to switch over to SSL.
Simple, you'd think, generate the certs, configure Apache to handle those, update the config file to point to https://foo… pop in a redirect 80->443 (well, let's face it, letsencrypt does all the hard work there).
Unfortunately, it seems one needs to change something else, as a bunch of stuff wants to use the http: versions (with 2.0.6, at least); login, some of the css…
Am I missing some other setting? I can't see anything obvious in the database (or useful things in forum posts passim). I don't really think reinstalling is a "good solution".
To use HTTPS for Sendy, just change the APP_PATH in /includes/config.php to the 'https' version of your Sendy URL, for example https://my_sendy_installation_url.
Got it, thanks.
PEBKAC strike 2.