Is it possible to disable the Let's Encrypt certificate auto-renewal on a Plesk server?

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    Willem | Micpoint B.V.

    Hi! The script name in my Plesk installations is keep-secured.php

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    Daria Gavrilova

    Hello, @Willem!

    You can see keep-secured.php file because your current Let's Encrypt version is newer than 2.5.0.

    In Let's Encrypt, which has the version older than 2.5.0, the renew.php file was used.

    The article will be improved soon.

    Thank you for bringing our attention to this!

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    Marek Kaczanowicz

    Is there an option to exclude webmail subdomain?

    I do not installed Letsencrypt for this, but every renew I got a notice that it's not possible to renew SSL for the webmail subdomain.

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    Mikhail Shport

    Hello Mark,

    In general, there should not be such warnings on reissuing if webmail was excluded.

    If such an issue exists I suggest you create a request to the support in order to check this behavior.

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    BNB

    Hi.

    Is there a way to stop the notification emails with the subject "Could not issue/renew Let`s Encrypt certificates for X"?

    OR...

    Is there a way to disable the certificates with www. for some domains? This is what the notifications are all about.
    For example, sub.domain.com is working fine but www.sub.domain.com doesn't get an SSL (because the entry does not exist).

    Thanks

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