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Any chance to have two (or more) letsencrypt certs?

[Seibei, Tasagore]
Tasagore Seibei
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Tasagore Seibei - 06:01am, Oct 4 2021

Hi

I have two domains (example1.com as primary and example2.com as secondary), I've created a cert with the letsencrypt and works fine.

When I navigate to mail.example2.com and ask for the cert properties (in the web browser) in the alias appears mail.example1.com and mail.example2.com

Is there any way (may be two different certs?) to assing individual letsencrypt certs so every domain identifies as itself instead all of the domains hosted in the server (and configured as alias)?

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Arron Caruth - Oct 4, 2021 7:21 am (#1 Total: 2)  

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Yes, you'll need to request two different certificates from LetsEnecrypt.  MDaemon is not set up to do this by default, however, you can use third-party tools to request certificates from LetsEncrypt, or you could tweak the LetsEncrypt script included with MDaemon to handle it for you.


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On Mon, 4 Oct 2021 06:01:55 -0500, "lists-md-support@mdaemon.com (Tasagore Seibei)" <lists-md-support@mdaemon.com> wrote:
Hi

I have two domains (example1.com as primary and example2.com as secondary), I've created a cert with the letsencrypt and works fine.

When I navigate to mail.example2.com and ask for the cert properties (in the web browser) in the alias appears mail.example1.com and mail.example2.com

Is there any way (may be two different certs?) to assing individual letsencrypt certs so every domain identifies as itself instead all of the domains hosted in the server (and configured as alias)?


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Tasagore Seibei - Oct 4, 2021 12:19 pm (#2 Total: 2)  

 

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Thanks, I've tweaked the letsencrypt.ps1 script and works fine.

Regards



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