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  • rodpascoe commented,

    I get this too, definitely backup not restoration.

  • rodpascoe commented,

    The fix is well documented in this thread... one simple command line, and the notifications can be disabled. Did you miss that? upgrade to 68, then run the command, problem solved. We have found ...

  • rodpascoe commented,

    Well I've read through this entire thread and I am still confused. I simply want to disable the email notifications for Auto SSL that get sent to the end user (cPanel account email address). I've...

  • rodpascoe commented,

    You've placed too much emphasis on the words tested and verified. CURRENT is a Release Candidate. EDGE is in Perpetual Development. So basically you're saying that although you say on your page...

  • rodpascoe commented,

    If you're running EDGE or CURRENT you might expect some issues. Why? Why would I "expect some issues" on the CURRENT release? CURRENT This version is tested and verified Direct quote from your...

  • rodpascoe commented,

    I can't understand how a company as massive as cPanel with installs of their product in the millions worldwide (new domain created every six seconds according to their website) can't test adequatel...

  • rodpascoe commented,

    Thanks, I've disabled the option now. You might want to do a check when a server is upgraded as it sent thousands of emails for certificates that expired months ago. Perhaps it might be an idea t...

  • rodpascoe created a post,

    SSL Notifications in cPanel 68

    [Moderator Note] Here's the most recent update on this topic for anyone visiting this thread for the first time: The expiry notification system is separate from the AutoSSL system so the confusio...