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How to Disable AutoSSL Email Notifications from cPanel

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Simple strategies to turn off AutoSSL E-mail Alerts from cPanel

Within cPanel & WHM, our AutoSSL system will inform the clients by sending an electronic mail to the cPanel contact email address when there is a successful renewal, expiration, or installation failure. We can enable or disable the alerts of AutoSSL certificates expiry when AutoSSL cannot renew a certificate, AutoSSL cannot add any additional domains, SSL Certificates Expiry, SSL Certificates Expires Soon. Clients will receive numerous emails about it regularly. They are usually concerning the automated installation, expiration, and renewal of the certificates for that domain. Administrators, web hosts, resellers and, clients themselves have the option to deactivate AutoSSL email alerts. Clients can deactivate it themselves in Four easy steps. If you wish to modify the email alerts, we can do that by managing the “Contact Information” interface in cPanel. In this documentation, we are going to discuss how to deactivate the alerts of SSL and AutoSSL certificates on cPanel.

1) Sign in to the cPanel account using username and password.

2) Look for the “Contact Information” interface in cPanel. Go to the “Contact Information” icon.

Deactivate Autossl Notification

 

3) On the next page, you will see several options related to AutoSSL. Following are the options related to SSL.

1) AutoSSL cannot request a certificate because all the domains on the website have failed DCV. The system will notify you if an AutoSSL certificate will expire soon.

2) AutoSSL defers certificate renewal because a domain on the current certificate has failed DCV. The system only sends this notification when a certificate is in the latter half of its renewal period.

3) AutoSSL will not secure a new domain because a domain on the current certificate has failed DCV. The system only sends this notification when a certificate is not yet in the latter half of its renewal period.

4) AutoSSL has renewed a certificate, but the new certificate lacks at least one domain that the previous certificate secured.

5) AutoSSL has renewed a certificate, but the new certificate lacks one or more of the website’s domains.

6) SSL certificate expiry. The system will notify you if a non-AutoSSL certificate will expire soon.

4) Un-check the checkbox next to each option to deactivate per your notification preferences. If you don’t want any of the SSL notification email alerts. Then you can un-select all of the checkbox next to the option.

Email Alerts

 

5) Click on the “Save” button to save all the changes.

 

If you need any further assistance, please do reach our support department.

 

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