Certify uses an account to email if there is an issue. Since I started using Certify, my primary email address has changed and also I would like it to use an alternate email address for notifications (like I am out of the office on Vacation, I could have a backup person notified if there is an issue). As we have seen with the Let’s Encrypt revocation or revokation in late February 2020/March 2020 that things pop up and quick action must be taken.
Essentially any single certificate is tied to a single email address. If you want to “change” your email address, simply renew the certificate using a different email.
Since this system is managed by Let’s Encrypt, I’ll point you to their documentation.
Not what I was trying to ask. I want the Certify program itself to have an alternate email address for Certify program notifications (like failed to renew, etc…). Currently, it only allows for a Primary Contract which is tied to the Let’s Encrypt Account and Certify License. I want a Secondary Contact that is just used for notifications (not Let’s Encrypt Account and Certify License - keep those as is).
The email for the registered contact (under settings) is only for Lets Encrypt/acme and for renewal failure notification and is otherwise not related to your certifytheweb.com license key, so just go to Settings and hit new contact to change the email address to a better one, future renewal issues will go to that new email.
V5 does have multiple account support but that doesn’t change much relevant to this.