I'm installing a New Messenger 3.0 System. During the install I choose Ldap to access eDirectory. I then choose Yes to use SSL for Ldap Connections.

When I am prompted to enter the path to the Ldap Servers Root Certificate I receive the following message:

Error: regular file /etc/ssl/servercerts does not exist.
Check to make sure the certificate has been exported and the path is correct.

The path contains the certificate and key pem files. I've tried exporting the certificate to that path in der format.

What exactly is the Messenger 3.0 install looking for regarding the Ldap Servers Root Certificate?