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I have been dealing with some website builders who want me to get SSL certificates
from another supplier … so I need to force the LetsEncrypt certificate to expire early.
How can I do this?
You don’t need to do anything. If one CA issues certificates for a domain, it doesn’t prevent another CA from doing so.
(Some CAs may do something to punish customers who try to leave; Let’s Encrypt doesn’t, though.)
Ah … thanks. That’s great to know … it solves another issue I’ve been thinking of. I have a very expensive certificate I’d like to get rid of for another site and I was thinking it was going to be complicated … but not so. Terrific … thanks.
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