Customizable Plesk notification email address
Plesk has the ability to send notifications. However, with the latest version (v18.0.32) these are sent to my "External email address" of the admin user. But since I as admin user enter my Apple iCloud email "email@example.com" there, it is used as both sender and recipient and all notification emails end up in the spam folder of my iCloud mail.
It would be really great if you could separate the administrator email from the notification email address and change it specifically so that email notifications are sent from "Plesk@domain.tld" to the external administrator email "firstname.lastname@example.org", for example.
For this the setting "Plesk default notification email address" under "Tools & Settings -> Notifications" or "Tools & Settings -> Server settings" would be appropriate.
Thank you for your input. We will consider this functionality in upcoming releases if it is popular. Everyone, please continue voting for this feature if you consider it important.
Andreas Schnederle-Wagner commented
There is already a similar Feature Request with even ~140 upvotes ... +20 here ... = 160 upvotes ... hope they implement this in a timely maner ... as it would be badly needed by us ...
Bob B commented
SPF fails for all of the notifications because Plesk is spoofing the "From:" email address. The From: address needs to be specified separately from the To: address, so the From: may be set to something that would pass SPF checks (e.g. pleskadmin@hostname).
Nick W. commented
This functionality would be really good, because I have the same problem. I have therefore disabled the notifications so far.