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Lets Encrypt and Postfix

Lets Encrypt is an quick & easy way to add SSL to you website.

You can also use Lets Encrypt certificates to help secure your postfix mail server.

SSL SMTP allows mail clients & mail servers to send encrypted data.

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LetsEncrypt, Certbot, and Lightsail

Although not directly supported, it’s quite possible to use the LetsEncrypt certbot client on Amazon Lightsail Linux.

First of all … what is LetsEncrypt?

Let’s Encrypt is a free service that offers basic SSL certificates any web site.  The certificates are good for 90 days but can be renewed indefinitely. With the proper software, the installation & renewal of the certificates can be fully automated.

There are a few things to be aware of and workarounds that need to be done.

First, download the certbot-auto client itself…

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