Seth David Schoen
schoen at eff.org
Fri Jun 24 15:19:34 EDT 2016
John R. Levine writes:
> >But all of this is rather a moot point nowadays. Now that letsencrypt is live, there is no reason to pay for a cert any more.
> Try getting a let's encrypt cert for your mail server. Or getting an EV
EV certs are definitely not available from Let's Encrypt, but you can
get a certificate for your mail server by using the DNS challenge type,
which just requires you to place a specified record into your DNS zone.
While the Certbot client doesn't support this mechanism, several other
Let's Encrypt clients, such as acme.sh, do.
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