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There are very good project for web.
Project name Let's Encrypt and it's free, automated, and open.
I want support from Plesk for this project.
Please support this project this is important.
Are there any plan at Plesk developers?
Thank you very much.345 votes
Yeah, we did it!
You can also support request for Lets Encrypt for Windows:
The version of GD provided with Plesk PHP packages does not have support for webp enabled by default. Almost all browsers now support this format.
Supported since Plesk 18.0.27 version https://docs.plesk.com/release-notes/obsidian/change-log/#plesk-18027
I think it would be amazing if you supported Laravel as it is one of the fastest growing php frameworks today.
With it you will attract a lot ore customers.325 votes
I would like to use an E-Mail address as an outgoing E-Mail address with no postbox behind it. All E-Mails should be forwarded to another E-Mail address.
Currently you can set up forwarding but if you check "Use postbox" than the mails will be kept on the server although they have been forwarded. If you uncheck it, it is impossible to send emails from that address.
So please add at least an option to delete mails after forwarding them.319 votes
In Plesk 18.0.37 added the option to automatically remove emails forwarded from a mailbox in Plesk. The feature is disabled by default. To enable it, go to “Mail”, click the desired mailbox, open the “Forwarding” tab and select the “Do not deliver copies of forwarded emails to the Plesk mailbox” checkbox.
If you need this feature for Plesk for Windows, please vote here: https://plesk.uservoice.com/forums/184549/suggestions/44158872
It would be a great idea to be able to import mail for individual email accounts via POP3 from other servers.
This would be great for customers migrating to you so that they can keep all their email.
Would just need fields such as:
Implemented as the functionality of Site Import 1.2.0 https://docs.plesk.com/release-notes/onyx/change-log/#17811-mu20180516
Added the ability to import the content of mailboxes hosted on third-party servers with the IMAP access into mailboxes hosted on a Plesk server. Now users can import emails from Gmail or Yahoo! Mail mailboxes and from mailboxes managed by control panels (for example, Plesk or cPanel). All folders (including custom folders) and emails contained in them are imported. The “read” or “unread” status of imported emails is preserved.
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.305 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
Some of security configuration requires GeoIP detection. It also useful for tracing and should be easy as adding '--with-http-geoip-module' option to configure command for the package.230 votes
Added in Plesk Obsidian 18.0.46:
nginx shipped with Plesk is now compiled with ngx_http_geoip2_module out of the box. This makes it possible to use MaxMind Geo IP databases to detect visitor’s geographical location by their IP address. This, in turn, makes it possible to limit access to websites to visitors from certain countries, or to automatically redirect them to country-specific URLs.
if you would manage multiple Plesk servers that function very appropriate217 votes
The requested functionality was delivered in the Hosting Plan Exporter extension. Check it out in the Extension Catalog for Plesk.
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/
I am sending mails from an external server, my Plesk Servers do not even have mail setup. Plesk offers the option to send notification mails (like backup errors,...) using an external SMTP server, but all mails get sent using the mail address
My SMTP server does not have this mail address or even domain setup. I would like to set a custom email address for Plesk to send mails from in order to not have to set up a domain and mail address for every Plesk server.194 votes
This feature has been added to Plesk version 18.0.45. It can be set in the panel.ini file.
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!
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
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.174 votes
Available since Plesk Onyx 17.9 Preview 7.
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