Securing Plesk and Mail Server
If you have received an SSL/TLS certificate by one of the ways described at Getting SSL/TLS Certificates, you can use the certificate for securing Plesk server or mail server. The certificates that are used for securing Plesk server and mail server are displayed in the middle of the page at Tools & Settings > SSL/TLS Certificates.
Note: If you upgrade to Plesk Onyx from an earlier version and have SSL/TLS certificates already applied to your Plesk server or mail server, these certificates will not be displayed in the user interface after the upgrade, although they will still work. If you want the certificates to be displayed in the Plesk user interface, re-apply them after the upgrade.
To secure Plesk server:
- Go to Tools & Settings > SSL/TLS Certificates (in the Security group). Click Change near the Certificate for securing Plesk field.
- In the opened Secure Plesk dialog, select one of the available certificates and click OK.
To secure mail server:
- Go to Tools & Settings > SSL/TLS Certificates (in the Security group). Click Change near the Certificate for securing mail field.
- In the opened Secure Mail Server dialog, select one of the available certificates and click OK.
Note: If you are using an SSL/TLS certificate from a particular domain for securing the mail server, the domain name must be specified in the mail client settings as the incoming/outgoing mail server, for correct sending and receiving of emails. For details, refer to Access Your Mailbox.
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