Use these instructions to email a copy of a DV certificate to specified email addresses. You can also select the delivery format for the certificate: attachment, plaintext, or download link.
When you email a certificate, it is logged as an event in the audit log (in the sidebar menu, click Account > Audit Logs).
In your CertCentral account, in the sidebar menu, click Certificates > Orders.
On the Orders page, use the drop-down lists, search box, advance search features (Show Advanced Search link), and column headers to filter the list of certificates.
In the Order # column, click the Quick View link for the DV certificate you want to send out.
In the Order details pane (on the right), click the Send Certificate link.
In the Send Certificate window, in the Send Certificate To box, type the email addresses for those you want to receive the certificate (comma separated).
Under Send Certificate As, select how you want the DV certificate sent:
The recipient doesn't need to be a "user" in your CertCentral to access the download page.
Optional: Append custom message
When you are finished, click Send Certificate.
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