Add "mail.example.com" (mail subdomain) in Subject Alternative Names when option "Assign the certificate to mail domain" is selected
Currently almost all mail clients (I used) need the server address to be in the Subject Alternative Names on the certificate, meaning if the configured address is "mail.example.com" instead of "example.com", that first subdomain is not present in the certificate, even when the option "Assign the certificate to mail domain" is selected when issuing the certificate.
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Sean Cardus commented
The latest version of Plesk seems to half-implement this feature. For example, dovecot contains config files for the "mail" subdomain of each subscription, but the certificates those configs use do not contain the mail subdomain as a SAN!
Please fully implement this feature asap. Thanks...
Igor, sorry to be honest, but 1 hour of even an entry-level engineer, is in my opinion worth a security issue that bugs every Plesk server in existance.
How many votes would you need to consider using a tini tity bit of your team time, to implement something that you can touch with your own hands? Because the Plesk UserVoice is full of things well-voted but never even taken into not even remote consideration
respectively, one with more than one thousand paying customers asking for, and two relatively easy-to-implement tasks with more than 9 hundred and 5 hundred respectively, yet not even remotely taken into account.
Are those enough proof that your copypaste default reply just irritates people and serves nothing?