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    That is unrelated and you're seeing it as a result of the server's certificate having been renewed. iOS 10.3 has no issues with the certificate. If you're using your own domain as the mail server, this will naturally not match the server's certificate and result in the trust issue. You can change your mail server to the hostname of your server instead to avoid the mismatch. The issue with more recent iOS versions is that it often doesn't give you the option to "Continue" as it did before. If you require further assistance please submit a ticket for support.

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    Any update on LetsEncrypt and its availability on Dathorn servers?

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    The features and fixes that we require are included in cPanel 66 which reached an Edge build last week. Once it makes its way to a Stable build, which usually takes several weeks, we'll do some more testing and update all servers accordingly.

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    Andrew, so are you saying at that time LetsEncrypt will be implemented, or that it still depends on your testing results?

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    We test all updates before applying them to any live servers so that we can try to avoid as many issues as possible. We don't really expect any issues with this but you never know.

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