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    John commented  · 

    Our problem is that the extension defaults to the admin e-mailaddress, this is the default value when manually installing a certificate but also for the automatic installation.
    Even a simple new variable the panel.ini to change this default e-mailaddress would help us greatly.

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    John commented  · 

    Currently customers and resellers are not allowed to view & change the "Additional directives" field under "PHP Settings".
    According to the article below this is by design:
    https://support.plesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/115000219453-The-Additional-directives-field-is-missing-in-domain-PHP-Settings-page-for-customer-and-reseller-accounts

    But I think they should be allowed to, maybe with a seperate permission under the services/reseller plans? There is no way for us to let our customers customize other common variables like the "max_input_vars" settings, which happens quite a lot for us.

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