As descriebed earlier385 votes
Let’s Encrypt 2.1.0 extension with Webmail support 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!
PS: about Mailserver support – we have it in our plans.
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.??129 votes
Hi. We’ve started implementation of this feature.
Ask user to change password at next login screen after reset.
We the providers could generate a temp password (customer asks for a reset), and after the first login screen, plesk will force ask from the client to change our temp password.75 votes
This functionality is now available in the Plesk Onyx 17.9 Preview 9. Now it’s possible to automatically send an email with reset link to a particular customer.
We encourage you to check the implementation and let us know what you think. Please visit the following forum thread to learn how to access the preview: https://talk.plesk.com/threads/plesk-onyx-17-9-preview.348675/page-2#post-857402
Add support of TLS 1.3 to Plesk interface's web server. TLS 1.3. improves security.69 votes
Good news everyone :) TLS 1.3 for the Panel will be available in the upcoming Plesk Preview.
We consider to include DNSSEC into webhost and webpro license types. For all other types of licenses it will remain as a feature to be purchased separately.
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