I would like to know if there is a way to delete a certificate if you no longer have access to the server.
I understand that there is a limit of certificates that letsencrypt will allow you to have. I’m in a phase of testing and I would like to be able to delete the certificates I’ve been creating, so I don’t get the error/message
too many certificates already issued for exact set of domains
Deleting certificates won’t make the rate limit go away. The idea in the rate limit is that the act of issuing a certificate spends some of Let’s Encrypt’s resources. You cannot “unspend” those resources by deleting the certificates. Instead, you usually have to wait until the rate limit elapses.
Is the certificate you’re having problems with mail.democrateam.es or another domain?
So, if I understood correctly, even if I had access to my mail.democrateam.es server and I do certbot delete, those 2 certificates will still remain in https://crt.sh/?q=democrateam.es until they are expired, right?