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Let's Encrypt Certificates

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The Let's Encrypt SSL option in cPanel allows you to request and install an SSL certificate for each domain in your hosting account.

These certificates provide an encrypted connection between your websites and their visitors.

info-iconLet's Encrypt certificates are supported with all hosting plans, as well as on all Managed VPS plans.

Let's Encrypt certificates are valid for 90 days. Afterwards they are automatically renewed. You will be notified by email for each automatic renewal.

Let's Encrypt certificates and their details are stored in cPanel -> SSL/TLS Manager.

info-iconImportant: The domain for which you want to issue a certificate should point and load from the same hosting account. Otherwise the domain verification will fail.

Your domains with Let's Encrypt certificates

In this section you can view all domains with installed Let's Encrypt certificates.

All domains with installed Let's Encrypt certificates

If a certain certificate or a key have been removed through the SSL/TLS Manager in cPanel, you can recover them from the Reinstall option.

Issue a new certificate

No email confirmation is required for issuing a Let's Encrypt certificate.

Issuing and installing are automatically done as users are not required to enter any information for that.

Issuing, installing and renewal of the certificate are performed automatically.

In this section you can view a list with all domains, subdomains, Addon and parked (Alias) domains in cPanel.

Issuing a single SSL certificate (for a domain)

Click on Issue Single to issue a domain certificate.

To generate a few certificates at once, click on the check boxes in front of the desired domains and select Issue Multiple.

Issuance of SSL Certificate

You can include alias domains to the certificate by clicking on the check boxes in the Include? column. For example, the subdomain is an Alias of The issued certificate will be valid for the particular domain and all of the aliases added. Alias domains with active redirects will not be displayed in the list. Furthermore, the parked domains you would like to add to the certificate should point to this hosting account.

Enable the "Install mail SMTPS/POP3S/IMAPS SSL certificate for ..." option if you are using a mail service for the domain and you need a secure connection to the email server. You need to select an SSL/TLS connection to the server when configuring the email client afterwards. Enter the domain name for which the Let's Encrypt certificate is issued as an incoming and outgoing mail server.

After clicking on Issue, wait until you receive a notification that the certificate has been successfully installed.

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