This documentation applies to the Basic SSLMate service. If you are using SSLMate for SaaS, please see the SSLMate Agent Help instead.

Add/Remove Domains

The domains in a certificate (besides the first one) can be added and removed at will after the certificate is issued. The process to add or remove a domain is to first edit the certificate with sslmate edit, and when you are happy with your modifications, to reissue it with sslmate reissue.

To add a name, run:

sslmate edit NAME --add-name NEW_DOMAIN

Replace NAME with the primary name of the certificate (the first hostname or wildcard domain in the certificate).

Replace NEW_DOMAIN with the hostname or wildcard domain you'd like to add.

To remove a name, run:

sslmate edit NAME --rm-name OLD_DOMAIN

Replace NAME with the primary name of the certificate (the first hostname or wildcard domain in the certificate).

Replace OLD_DOMAIN with the hostname or wildcard domain you'd like to remove.

To reissue the certificate after making your changes, run:

sslmate reissue --same-key NAME

Replace NAME with the primary name of the certificate (the first hostname or wildcard domain in the certificate).

If there has been a net increase in hostnames or wildcard domains since the last issuance, your account will be charged for the increase, per certificate pricing.

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