Ah -- so with your response, I went back to the configuration and tried a couple things to ensure I did not have a careless problem. What I found may be of interest to you. (This also applies to my other post at http://dev.onlyoffice.org/viewtopic.php?f=23&t=6158
With my setup, I am using Apache as a reverse proxy, since I do not have enough IP addresses to dedicate. I have manually set the DNS "custom domain name" inside ONLYOFFICE to the virtual host specified in Apache config. This does not seem to be the issue.
With the DNS custom name enabled, if I go to the IP address or actual hostname outside of Apache, or through Apache via the virtual hostname (https://10.0.1.71/
) and create the user or send the activation email, I get the attached screenshot.
Now, if I remove the DNS custom domain name option and try all of the same operations again, everything works without error as you mention.
I am not familiar with the inner-workings of the software, so I do not know how this setting is used and by what parts. But a similar issue that I am seeing is that ONLYOFFICE seems to put together some of the HTML using its internal hostname, which is not the hostname I wish to use. When accessing the site from a remote network to its global hostname (office.example.com), much of the content is returned with links to its actual hostname (office0.example.local). This is true with or without DNS custom domain name.
What are your thoughts/suggestions? Do you think this is something I am mis-configuring on my end?
FYI I am running Ubuntu 14.04.2 with 3.19 kernel.