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    Redis commented  · 

    Actually this is possible by commandline. I would suggest for plesk developers to set an option like that of "Secure plesk panel" with the ability to let the admin chose at plesk installation, or in settings in the following way:
    1) I setup my server that is named mainserver.domain.tld
    2) Plesk asks me to secure the panel, I select the checkbox, letsencrypt will generate a certificate for mainserver.domain.tld
    3) Plesk asks me which subdomain should use for the mail subscriptions: I input MAILSUBDOMAIN as a name or whatever I like
    4) Plesk uses letsencrypt with option --expand to expand certificate for mainserver.domain.tld to include mailsubdomain.domain.tld
    5) Everytime I create a new domain in plesk, plesk will automatically expand the existing certificate for mainserver.domain.tld and mailsubdomain.domain.tld adding mailsubdomain.domain2.tld mailsubdomain.domain3.tld etc up to 100 domains that it's the letsencrypt domain limitation(If I'm not mistaken)
    6) Plesk assigns this ssl to the plesk panel and mail server automatically every time it is renewed and keeps in database the list of existing domains, so it gets renewed with all the mailname.*.tld

    This way you have a standard that is used for mail service, and doesn't abuse letsencrypt.
    All the domains mailsubdomain.*.tld will be virtual and redirected to one single directory for letsencrypt acme challenge. If someone opens mailsubdomain.domain.tld in the browser, it gets redirected to webmail(sort of alias)
    All the rest of the domains remain like it is now.

    That is my suggestion of how I think it would be the easiest way to implement, without too much hassle.

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    131 comments  ·  Feature Suggestions » Mail  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    Could you provide more information about your scenario? In particular, could you explain which settings you want to be automatically discovered and at which step of your scenario?

    UPD: We will evaluate the possibility of adding this functionality in the future releases. Note that this feature also depends on your mailing client.

    —AK

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    130 comments  ·  Feature Suggestions » Mail  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    Plesk currently offers two high-quality anti-viruses and other related services like WAF. Integrating another anti-virus solution is an expensive undertaking, so we’d like you to let us know which ClamAV features are missing in anti-viruses and services already available in Plesk. This will help us properly evaluate and prioritize this request.

    —AK

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