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Let's Encrypt notifications contain <none> instead of certificate names on Plesk server

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    Roonui ADAMS

    Hi,

    I'm encountering the same issue. I tried this solution but I'm still receiving these emails for the server itself and for some customers that are hosted on.

    Did I miss something?

    Roonui ADAMS.

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    Francisco Roman Garcia Rodriguez (Edited )

    Hi Roonui ADAMS,

    Are you getting the notification which contains <none> as name of the LE certificates that failed?

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