We have many support requests from our customers (non technical) to search logs and find if a message was sucessfull delivered and consume much from our support.
If the customer could search logs from a specific sender ou destination, filtering by date, will be great for us.309 votes
We released the ‘Mail Log Browser’ extension
This extension allows you to check the statuses of all emails sent to and from your server by reviewing maillog and filtering by date, source, or any string pattern; also it’s possible to check mail logs in real-time (‘tail -fn0’ analog).
It’s available for Plesk Administrators and supports Postfix and Qmail mail servers.
The let's encrypt extension is great, except... it doesn't work for me: It doesn't add domain aliases. I have domains like "typing-error.de", "typing-eror.de", "typing-errror.de", "typing-error.com" etc. (you get the idea). As-is, only the primary domain is added to the certificate.306 votes
Let’s Encrypt 2.0.0 extension with this feature is now available!
We would love to hear your feedback on our forum at http://talk.plesk.com. We’d like to thank everyone who commented on this request and provided invaluable feedback. Thanks!
Add a DNS TTL per entry option instead of just SOA TTL.
This will make it more inline with products like cPanel etc and is very useful when using dynamic dns to have low TTL but other entries like mx can have a high TTL278 votes
Plesk Obsidian 18.0.31 with this feature is now available! We’d like to thank everyone who commented on this request and provided invaluable feedback. Thanks!
If you have any feedback on the implementation of this feature, please let us know on the forum: https://talk.plesk.com.
We’re closing this request since the support of managing TTL per DNS-record is completed.
I want to upgrade Plesk 18 from Ubuntu 16.04 to Ubuntu 18.04 or 20.04.271 votes
I’m glad to inform you that today we finally published dist-upgrade instructions for Plesk Obsidian.
Using this instruction server administrator can perform Operation System upgrade together with Plesk Obsidian.
Supported dist-upgrade paths:
Debian 9 to Debian 10
Ubuntu 16 to Ubuntu 18
Ubuntu 18 to Ubuntu 20
Note: Debian 8 → Debian 9 dist-upgrade path is not in the supported list.
Dist-upgrade chapter in Plesk Obsidian documentation: https://docs.plesk.com/en-US/obsidian/administrator-guide/server-administration/distupgrade-support.74627/
KB article with the particular instructions: https://support.plesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/213410369
Meanwhile, since php can be used multiple times, this thing would be a real expansion270 votes
Add a function to include Owncloud in Plesk, so administrator can configure for each customer a specific cloud-space.253 votes
Nextcloud Beta is available as an extension now
Just go to the Extension Catalog in Plesk to install.
Nextcloud is a solution similar to Owncloud, coming from the same vendor, but with extra functionality and also more common and trendy
Feedback and further requests for adjustments can be provided to beta-extensions/at/plesk.com and/or to an online survey at https://forms.gle/9ZGifFBZo8a4t7vU8
We are eager to hear from you!
And thanks for your patience!
Add subdomains to one Let's Encrypt certificate.
Because Let's Encrypt has currently limit 5 certificates / 7 days on one domain.
Example: in one Let's Encrypt cerftificate will be this DNS names: example.com; www.example.com; sub1.example.com; sub2.example.com
I think it will be helpful if you can simply add your own domains and subdomains in Let's Encrypt Certificate.
Wildcard certificates issuing is available starting 2.6.0
So, now it’s possible to use the same certificate for domain and subdomains
Allow the ability to assign separate SSL certificates for multiple mail servers.212 votes
Available since Plesk Obsidian RC3. Windows: modern version of MailEnable required (shipped with Plesk), Linux: modern versions of Postfix (shipped with Plesk) and Dovecot (shipped by most OS vendors) required.
Please read the docs: https://docs.plesk.com/en-US/obsidian/customer-guide/websites-and-domains/securing-connections-with-ssltls-certificates/protecting-webmail-and-mail-with-ssltls-certificates.76531/
I would like to propose the management of SSL certificates for webmail in plesk panel.
Now, unless you use a wildcard certificate, you cannot secure your webmail with a valid SSL certificate.
Please make the SSL certificate used for webmail.<domain> .
Please also add a configurable central url for webmail, with SSL support, and add a redirect option to that url for webmail.<domain>
E.G. visitors for http://webmail.<customerdomain> will be redirected to https://<configuredwebmailurl>212 votes
We’re happy to announce that this feature is now available in Plesk Onyx, which was released recently for early adopters. You can try Plesk Onyx here: https://www.plesk.com/onyx/
If you have any feedback on the implementation of this feature, please let us know on the forum: https://talk.plesk.com/forums/plesk-onyx.744/
if you would manage multiple Plesk servers that function very appropriate206 votes
The requested functionality was delivered in the Hosting Plan Exporter extension. Check it out in the Extension Catalog for Plesk.
please add feature to give SSL certificates to domains with the hosting typ forwarding188 votes
We are glad to inform you that this feature is now available in Plesk Obsidian 18.0.26
Thanks for your ideas and for your input!
At some time you closed the request "fail2ban for IPv6" stating that fail2ban does not support it. That was no doubt correct at the time - but now it does, see https://github.com/fail2ban/fail2ban/tree/0.10
I'm seeing a lot of warnings in the fail2ban log on my dual stack servers, like this:
66:1000:b01c:10ab:0:1: [Errno -9] Address family for hostname not supported
and my log checking software is complaining to me about the overly long fail2ban log.
See also: https://ctrl.blog/entry/fail2ban-ipv6
Thanks! Tim.176 votes
Available since Plesk Onyx 17.9 Preview 7.
Plesk Panel 11 is wonderful. But it could be even more wonderful if included strong, multifactor authentication.
Clef’s (http://getclef.com) strong MFA is free, super easy to use, and provides next-gen authentication security without passwords.
Plesk Panel + Clef would make a dynamic duo!175 votes
MySQL 5.7 is 3x faster than 5.6
This functionality was added in Plesk ‘Onyx’ 17.0
We suggest you to upgrade to Plesk ‘Onyx’ and check it out.
It would be useful to be able to configure auto replies so that they end automatically on a specific date.
For instance, I am going on holiday for a week and would like the auto reply to automatically turn off when I return.145 votes
This feature is already implemented in the upcoming Plesk 12.1 release. We encourage you to check the implementation in one of upcoming Plesk previews and let us know what you think. Everyone, thanks for your input and votes.
When you eliminate some file or folder for mistake a folder of recycling does not exist to be able to restore it, only with the backup but not always it has been done141 votes
Recycle Bin is implemented now in Plesk 18.0.34: https://docs.plesk.com/release-notes/obsidian/change-log/#plesk-18034
imagine you get a domain with thousands of dns records and you have to create each by your self in plesk!!!141 votes
The ability to import and export DNS records was implemented as a separate extension called “Transfer of DNS Records”.
Check it out in the Extension Catalog for Plesk.
The extension works in Plesk Obsidian 18.0.33 and later.
For Backup Manager and Scheduled Backup Settings I missing the feature only backup database(s). :)138 votes
I think the upcoming 12.5 release shall solve your problem:
1) you will have option of Import/Export database alone in “Databases”
2) when doing new incremental backup, if no files were modified, then only database will be backed up
This functionality is now available in Plesk 12.5. Please visit the following forum threads to learn how to install Plesk 12.5:
We would appreciate hearing your feedback on implementation of this functionality. Thanks!
Some users don't know why they should enter https:// if they have to access webmail, they use http://
http is insecure. Easpecially in combination with unencrypted wireless connections.
Actually you have to go into the plesk code to set this function somewhere. Why does plesk provide the webmail-login insecure by default?
If you have setup an Domain Certificate, at least then plesk should offer the option to force ssl on accessing webmail.mydomain.??135 votes
The functionality is now available:
1. Linux: in the SSL It! Plesk Extension: https://ext.plesk.com/packages/3c4117f6-c05c-4d3b-9173-60f10096a9c4-sslit
2. Windows: in Plesk Obsidian (by default if SSL is turned on for the domain)
How to find it in SSL It! Extension:
1. install SSL It! Extension (it’s available for Plesk 17.8+)
2. go to > SSL/TLS Certificates
3. if there is no SSL Certificate installed on the domain – issue one (using, for example, free Let’s Encrypt SSL Certificate)
4. if an SSL Certificate is installed on the domain, there is a switcher “HTTP→HTTPS redirect”, this switcher has an option “Webmail”, turn it on.
5. Additionally, you can setup HSTS (for webmail too)
We would appreciate hearing your feedback on the implementation of this functionality. Thanks in advance!
Argon2 is a new feature of PHP 7.2 as stated here: http://php.net/releases/7_2_0.php. It won the password hashing competition and is the recommended hashing algorithm.
It must be enabled my re-compiling PHP 7.2 with
PHP shipped with Plesk supports Argon2 since Plesk 18.0.28 version – https://docs.plesk.com/release-notes/obsidian/change-log/#plesk-18028
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