SSL Notifications when Cert is EXPIRED

8p-design

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Hi
If I enable autoSSL notifications I keep receiving emails about things approaching edges. Expires in 30 days, expires in 10 days, etc...

But since 99% of them eventually auto-update by themselves, I feel all those are unneeded warnings, as I have nothing to do 99% of the time anyway.

The problem is when the Certificate IS expired. THEN I have a problem. and THEN I need to act.

Is there a way to send me an email, SMS or other notification at the moment the SSL IS expired? Is there a way to monitor this inside Cpanel for all our accounts and auto-ssl setup?

Thanks!
 

cPRex

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Hey there! There isn't any type of real-time monitoring for that, at least inside cPanel tools. In WHM >> Manage AutoSSL you can adjust the different notifications for both the user level and administrator level.

If you'd like to see more detailed notifications for that, could you submit a feature request and then I can bring that up in the next developer meeting?
 

8p-design

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Thanks @cPRex! :)

These are the current options:
User Notifications
  • Notify the user for all AutoSSL events and normal successes.
  • Notify the user for AutoSSL certificate request failures, warnings, and deferrals.
  • Notify the user for AutoSSL certificate request failures only.
  • Disable AutoSSL user notifications.
Administrator Notifications
  • Notify the administrator for all AutoSSL events and normal successes.
  • Notify the administrator for AutoSSL certificate request failures, warnings, and deferrals.
  • Notify the administrator for AutoSSL certificate request failures only.
  • Disable AutoSSL administrator notifications.

Wondering why we do not have:
  • Notify the user for expired AutoSSL certificate only
  • Notify the administrator for expired AutoSSL certificate only
Who cares about the rest in fact, especially facing all the errors we get from cpanel SSL server recently. ;)

Where should I submit this request exactly?

Thanks!
 

8p-design

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Thanks @cPRex! :)

ok, I have posted my feature request - hoping it is well explained and that it will have some adherence.

 
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