Plesk – Install Let’s Encrypt Plugin
This quick guide will show you how to install and configure the Let’s Encrypt plugin on a Plesk based Linux server.
Login to your Plesk server and select Extensions from the menu under server management.
Click on the Extensions Catalog, Select the Let’s Encrypt extension and click “Install”.
Once the extension gets installed, open the extension name to a list of domains currently on your Plesk server,
Select the domain, One new window opens and enter an email address and click Install,
Once installed, you will get a success message “Let’s Encrypt SSL certificate was successfully installed on yourdomain.com.”
Now you check by opening the domain on a browser to see secure Https connection.
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- Identify Spam Activity in Plesk (Qmail) Server
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