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  1. 2 votes

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  3. 29 votes

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    Plesk Tech Support commented  · 

    Plesk email notifications to the administrator's email address get into Spam folder at public email providers because they are not protected by SPF, DMARC or DKIM anti-spam methods.

    It is required to enhance the Plesk notification system so that Plesk email notifications are treated as legitimate email messages by the Internet email system.

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  4. 4 votes

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  5. 11 votes

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  6. 10 votes

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    Plesk Tech Support commented  · 

    One of our customer wants to create temporary tables during backup, thus causing the backup to fail as the tables are not locked.

    It would be nice to have a way to call the backup manager so that when mysqldump runs, the skip-lock-tables and --single transactions can be optionally passed.

  7. 6 votes

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  8. 55 votes

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    Plesk Tech Support commented  · 

    Would be nice to have an option to use "# plesk ext wp-toolkit --wp-cli" as a non-root user.

  9. 11 votes

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    open discussion  ·  IgorG responded

    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.

    IG

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    Plesk Tech Support commented  · 

    Automate the SSL certificate renewal process using Sectigo certificates.

    So far, the process of renew a Sectigo SSL certificate on Plesk is the following:

    1. First generate a private key and CSR.

    2. Then we use the Sectigo portal to obtain a signed certificate.

    3. Then an admin has to manually place the certificate in the right location and restart the service.

    Do this every 12 months, maybe with tens or thousands of domains can be strenuous work.

    Sectigo, like Let's Encrypt, offers the ACME protocol

    It might be possible to modify Let's Encrypt plugin parameters to accomodate it for Sectigo ACME.

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  10. 14 votes

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    Plesk Tech Support commented  · 

    Add a feature to prevent users from accessing the Plesk interface, except for administrators with an appropriate error such as "Server Maintenance". So it will be possible apply server changes without any other changes done during the maintenance.

  11. 4 votes

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  12. 5 votes

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  13. 33 votes

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    We will consider this functionality in upcoming releases if it is  popular. Everyone, please continue voting for this feature if you consider it important.

    However, please be aware that rate-limiting web traffic can and should normally be done using iptables as it is much more effective and resource savvy doing it on the operating system/kernel level. If there are issues with web traffic, it is best to not to let it get to the web server in the first place.

    -- PD

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  14. 138 votes

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  15. 4 votes

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    Plesk Tech Support commented  · 

    Add the possibility to automatically suspend/disable email accounts that are regularly overusing outgoing mail limits.

  16. 26 votes

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  17. 2 votes

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  18. 1 vote

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    Plesk Tech Support commented  · 

    The command-line utility "plesk ext nodejs" allows enabling/disabling and specifying Node.js version only.

    To be able to deploy Node.js applications to domains hosted in Plesk via script, it would be helpful to configure also the Node.js extension's settings Document root, Application Startup File, variables without logging in to Plesk interface.

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  19. 15 votes

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  20. 5 votes

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