I was just trying to get a certificate for my *.email domain which is going to be a mail server name but Surprisingly i get this error:
Error: urn:acme:error:malformed :: The request message was malformed :: Name does not end in a public suffix
Well according to
there should be no problem with .email suffixes cuse it’s on the list just like any other public suffix.
Am i missing anything here ?
Can you provide the full log please ?
I suspect it’s some other issue - if I check the transparency logs then Let’s Encrypt has issued over 2500 certs for .email domains in the last 3 months (including several today), so I suspect that the error is something else
Well , i apologize because it got ok next time i tried .now the problem is i didn’t do anything can’t figure out why it got fixed!
i should mention that as you said, there is no problem or limitation for .email domain certification.
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