- Plesk for Linux
- Plesk for Windows
- Let's Encrypt certificate expiration notification for domain "example.com" is delivered from Let's Encrypt (firstname.lastname@example.org):
CONFIG_TEXT: From: Let's Encrypt Expiry Bot email@example.com
Subject: Let's Encrypt certificate expiration notice for domain "example.com" (and 1 more)
Your certificate (or certificates) for the names listed below will expire in 7 days (on 17 Aug 17 00:00 +0000). Please make sure to renew your certificate before then, or visitors to your website will encounter errors.
The Let's Encrypt Team
- Checking example.com certificate in the browser shows certificate expiration date far from the one in the email notification.
- The current certificate has additional domains and/or aliases included.
Note: To check this on Chrome, open your website https://www.example.com/ > Press F12 > Select Security tab > View Certificate > Details tab > Alternatives DNS names registered differs from the domain list received by Let's Encrypt, as an example:
The certificate for domain example.com was not renewed but re-installed as new domains and/or aliases are included/excluded.
Since Let´s Encrypt check certificates by their included CA´s this will cause the new certificate to not overwrite the old notification alert.
- Login to Plesk
- Navigate to Domains > example.com > SSL/TLS certificates and check if there are any Let's Encrypt certificates which are not in use anymore.
Note: If such certificates are not found, these notifications can be safely ignored.
To unsubscribe from notifications click on 'unsubscribe' link which contains in every email. If there is no such link, contact Let's Encrypt Community Support