I’m using SolidCP 1.4.7 and recently started using Let’s Encrypt and everything works well so far.
For management-reasons I would like to get an E-Mail notification in case a certificate renewal failed so we can proactively check the issues and don’t get notified by our customers. Is there any way to configure this on SolidCP or do I need to go through the event-log?
Thank you and best
In the next release of SolidCP will have a option in the Web provider for the email to be set to one of the webhost.
Load wacs.exe in a cmd prompt and it is an advanced option in there to set the email address at the LetsEncrypt account.
SolidCP may have set it to one of your users instead of the SolidCP admin email.
Hi you both
@JimJams that did the trick, thank you very much.
@Trevor we’re looking forward to the next release 🙂
As a follow up (didn’t want to create a new thread for it):
I created a website, activated LE on it and after a few days deleted it again.
- Good news: I get notifications, that the renewal is working 🙂
- Bad news: It tries to renew a LE certificate for the deleted website. So far I removed the renewal-schedule via wacs.exe. Maybe this is something that could be done automatically in the future? Might also be missing sth and it already works
Glad you have got it working and you are correct. Currently there is no tracking of domains being removed for LE. There is a plan for this to be rewritten but at the current time we do not have an ETA.
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