As UserVoice staff cleaned up the most of twisted voices, I’ve returning this suggestion to open discussion.
Everyone, please continue voting for this feature if you consider it important.
@alexander postfix SNI has already been added so they can easily implement it. That information is old.
Everyone would benefit greatly from it even if they don't know because it looks much more professional towards all your customers. I am absolutely surprised that this feature does not exist already and my only dissapointment for plesk so far
Good news everyone.
SNI for Mail (for Windows and Mail Enable) is already available in the Plesk Onyx 17.9 Preview 9 (https://docs.plesk.com/release-notes/onyx/change-log/#contents-179-preview9): “Windows: Starting with MailEnable version 10.20, users can secure mail for a domain with individual SSL/TLS certificates”
For Linux users: for now, there is no SNI support in Postfix, but they already working on it. When SNI support is available in Postfix, we’ll start the implementation in Plesk.
There IS SNI in postfix now http://www.postfix.org/announcements/postfix-3.4.0.html
it's in version 3.4.0 when will this feature be released ?
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.
Is this already beeing worked on if not this is one of the more important features I found on plesk.uservoice.com ?