Hi Jamie, Hi Joe,
One quick question, I didn't look into devcot and postfix yet, if that is even possible, however we regularly receive complaints from customers with web-ssl cert that their mail-servers don't have their certs. We added a generic web-server cert for server's default domain, and ask customers to change the mail-server address, but it would be nice to be able to continue to use the dedicated IP address with mail.customerdomain.com as mail server and that one to automatically also have the webserver's cert for POP3/IMAP(S)/SMTP(S) services, instead/in addition of that new feature:
Changes in virtual-server since 3.74 The Manage SSL Certificate page can now be used to copy a domain's cert and key to Dovecot or Postfix.
Means that depending on IP address on which devcot or postfix is reached to, they would use the corresponding existing virtual server's IP address's certificate (if possible the webserver's one, to avoid copy-pasting text or copying files.
Not urgent, but would avoid 1 ticket per SSL cert install and look more pro with customers... ;-)
Even possible at all ?