What details one need to provide for SSL certificate?

SSL Certificate

Once you place an order for your SSL Certificate, then in order to issue an SSL certificate for your domain, then we require the following information to process the order and install the certificate on your domain.

You also need to provide us the access you your email account (temporary access), i.e. ‘webmaster@yourdomain.com’ (replace webmaster with your actual ID and yourdomain.com with the actual domain on which the SSL certificate is to be set up) and provide us with the password so that we can complete the installation process.

We need access to your email account just because the system only allows us to choose the email address as \’webmaster@yourdomain.com’\ and the order confirmation email will be sent to this email address only. Without accessing the confirmation email for the order, we cannot issue the SSL certificate.

Note: The SSL Certificate is hostname based, so if you issue an SSL Certificate for your domain name without prefix “www”, i.e. https://yourdomain.com, then it will give a warning message if you access it with the prefix www, i.e. https://www.yourdomain.com and vice versa.

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