I am receiving e-mails about an expiring SSL certificate

Due to a misconfiguration in cPanel, some of our servers were set to provide free SSL certificates to all accounts and all domains via the built in cPanel AutoSSL tool. As a result of disabling this tool, some customers may receive e-mails alerting them to the upcoming expiration of an SSL certificate on their domain names. This is nothing to worry about, and if you do not utilise SSL on these domain(s), this e-mail can be safely ignored.

If you do wish to use SSL for the domain(s) mentioned in the e-mail, you can install a free SSL certificate via Let's Encrypt from within cPanel.
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