I don’t remember this ever being in the cert. Still, I expanded the cert to include mail.3x5.co, and just associated it with 3x5.co-le-ssl.conf. This isn’t totally correct, because there is no vhost for this subdomain, which is obviously a mail server.
Anyway, this didn’t solve the problem. When I go to my email on my phone, it still says the cert is wrong and doesn’t see mail.3x5.co in the list – even though when I run certbot certificates on the server, this domain does come up for this cert.
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It produced this output:
We were unable to set up enhancement redirect for your server,
however, we successfully installed your certificate.
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