My domain is: activedecisionsupport.com
The certificate being used is current, as verified in crt.sh and “view certificate” of the browser:
But since I renewed it on Sep 14, I’ve received two emails indicating expiration of
*.activedecisionsupport.com (“will expire in 9 days (on 28 Sep 20 22:20 +0000)”). Both the certificate and the crt.sh output above indicate both the main domain and the wildcard.
This domain is still relatively new to letsencrypt, and I had done some troubleshooting on the first cert generation, so I wonder if it’s possible that I have effectively-duplicate certs? One that I recently acquired (I did
certbot renew, but my bash history doesn’t have it … I must have led with a space accidentally)
The version of my client is (e.g. output of
certbot --version or
certbot-auto --version if you’re using Certbot):
certbot 0.31.0 (on ubuntu 16.04)
If it helps with anything, my
/etc/letsencrypt/accounts contains two accounts:
I thought that that was fine, with a different account on the staging/test server, but perhaps I’m mistaken.
This is related to
- Received email notification on certificate expiring although it is not
- 2nd Email Reminder but Already Renewed
but neither seems right.