Getting expiration emails for domains client doesnt own

My web server is (include version): IIS 10

The operating system my web server runs on is (include version): Windows 2019

I’m using a control panel to manage my site (no, or provide the name and version of the control panel):SolidCP

A client is getting emails for domains that dont belong to him, and the different sites seem to be hosted at seperate locations Is there a way to change that email address or to find out what domains SSLs use a particular email as the contact email?

LE currently doesn’t validate email of account belong to the account owner, so you will have to unsubscribe from LE expiration totally to stop from sending email to you .

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FWIW, email addresses are associated with ACME accounts, not certificates or domains. (And people often have multiple accounts, e.g. one per server.)

To emphasize:

If you unsubscribe an email address, it affects all accounts using that email address, including your own. If you(r client) also uses that address for their own Let’s Encrypt accounts, they would have to change it, as described in the document orangepizza linked.

One reason someone can get other people’s renewal emails is if they both use a shared hosting company with a buggy control panel that uses one ACME account for multiple customers and sticks one customer’s email address in it. It’s possible that, even though the domains are on different hosts now, they weren’t always.

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