CertCentral sends all account notifications to the primary CertCentral administrator—the individual who created the Cert account. You may want to assign additional email address to receive copies of all emails sent out from the account (order approval emails, order issued emails, user information updated, etc.).
By default, certificate order emails, referred to as certificate lifecycle emails, are sent to the user requesting the certificate. You may want to modify the default certificate lifecycle email account settings and send certificate lifecycle emails to the organization and/or technical contact.
By default CertCentral sends certificate renewal notifications 90, 60, 30, 7, and 3 days before a certificate expires and 7 days after a certificate expires. You may want to configure when you receive renewal notifications, add a default renewal message to include on your renewal notifications, and assign additional email address to receive copies of renewal notifications.
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