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Let's encrypt: add domain aliases

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.

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      • DerDaniloDerDanilo commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        @TheSurge

        Your comment is stupid (not you!). If you are a professional you'd know that Plesk is way ahead of cPanel/DirectAdmin in many ways (not all).
        Plesk was also one of the first Panels to integrate Let's Encrypt in a well working manner. Human error on setting it up is not Plesks fault.

      • mow - sourcetronicmow - sourcetronic commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        ... so that means you can only have a certificate for the other domain if the main certificate is also Let's Encrypt?
        That's not so nice. We have a "normal" certificate for our main domain, and I just wanted to have /some/ kind of cert for the other domains too.

        Besides, it apparently does not work with Forwarded domains anyway. The additional domain is set up as "Forward to <main domain>", and when I click the Let's Encrypt module below it, I only get "Error: Domain with id=3 not found".

      • Philipp HeuerPhilipp Heuer commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Just refresh the certificate, aliases are added automatically to the main domain certificate. (there are no options in the gui)

        Works perfectly.

      • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        I updated the extension to Let's Encrypt 2.0.0-21 and Plesk Onyx Version 17.0.17 Update #21 and do not see any options to add aliases. I tried renewing existing domain and also deleting Let's Encrypt SSL and replacing with self-signed and then re-installing Let's Encrypt SSL and still no alias options. I even uninstalled Let's Encrypt extension and re-installed. No joy. How do I get this option?

      • PetePete commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Works flawlessy!
        AND with IDN support - Perfect!
        Just created a LE cert with 38 aliases!

      • MartinMartin commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        It would be great if it's possible to create certificate for webmail service with domain webmail.mydomain.tld.

      • TheSurgeTheSurge commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Time to ditch Plesk. They aren't listening. Moving our 550 licenses to DirectAdmin and cPanel instead. Goodbye!

      • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        It is very important for many, many Plesk users!!! So please add this asap!!
        Thank you very much.

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