How to configure base URL for notifications?

I've just received a notification about a comment on a Confluence page. So I clicked on "Open", but I got a "Server not found" error. After taking a look at the URL of the clicked link from the notification, I noticed that there is a typo in the URL (let's say it was "http://foober" instead of "http://foobar").

Now I'm very curious about this as the base URL of the Confluence is well configured and I cannot find any other place where the base URL is specified for notifications.

Where do I find this other base URL configuration so that I can fix it?

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Needless to say the only place you will find it in confluence is under the general configuration, BUT if you are using a apache rewrite proxy, you will find it in server.xml for tomcat, you will find it hardcoded in /etc/apache2/sites-available/confluence(?).conf or /etc/httpd/conf.d/confluence(?).conf too.

 

 

Thanks for this information. I asked the according system administrator to take a look.

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