How to assign separate SSL certificates for different domains on a local mail server in Plesk?

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    thierry

    Plesk do not respect the best pratice for a good email deliverability, the develoopers are probably lazy to make this changes ?

    Plesk is an old company already and maybe started to think that's not necessary to follow the best pratice and new options.

    It must be fixed as soon as possible, as a priority task, without a good email deliverability and respect best practices, Plesk doesn't make sense to be used.

    We need to be able to use one SSL certificate by domain name for the smtp server.

    AND now in Outlook 2016 it's impossible to choose the smtp server, then if we have Plesk it's like impossible to use Outlook !

    PLEASE WAKE UP Plesk....

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    Bato Tsydenov

    @thierry

    Thank you for your suggestion.

    This functionality is planned for implementation.

    However, there is no exact ETA for this.

    I asked our developers to shed some light on this matter.

    I will update you here once I have a reply from them.

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    Unknown User

    Hello Plesk,

     

    Is their already some kind of an update?

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    Alexandr Redikultsev

    Hi @TheJenne18 and @thierry,

    Actually, there is an update indeed. We already decided that we will implement SNI support in Plesk Linux when it will be available in Postfix. And as far as we know, SNI support is going to be implemented in Postfix 3.4 or near it. 

    No ETA is available at the moment however.

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    thierry

    What do you mean exactly ?

    You are waiting that the developpeurs from Postix solved this problem for free instead of Plesk, and after ¨Plesk will said this problem solved !

    Open Source is really magic to make money ! and make working the people for free...

    I'm sorry but I totally disagree with these methods.

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    Anzhelika Khapaknysh (Edited )

    Hi @thierry!

    We totally agree that the feature is useful indeed.
    However, Plesk would have been looking forward in getting it developed on our side if there were no plans of its implementation by the Postfix team themselves.

    As this feature is considered more than a minor enhancement and implies changing the business logic of Postfix, it would be illegitimate to interfere in Postfix developers future plans.

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