Is there a way to use LetsEncrypt certs inside Collabora Docker

Just wondering if there is a way to use specific lets encrypt certs inside the Collabora docker container rather than their generic certs?

I suppose this would take some of modifications to work, however the settings below kind of defeat the entire point of using an SSLL connections since it’s impossible to verify the proxy:
SSLProxyVerify None
SSLProxyCheckPeerCN Off
SSLProxyCheckPeerName Off

Thanks for any insight.

The way I handled it is I just have a valid LE cert on the reverse proxy. If you only access it through the proxy, there’s no need for the cert on the container.

That’s what I’m doing right now – however the reverse proxy and Collabora Docker are on different virtual machines on the LAN. Ideally I’d like to make the connection over SSL, however I have it working as you describe. I was just wondering if I could add LE certs into the docker image – but apparently it doesn’t seem to be the case.