Hi everyone,

We have published a new version of WordPress Toolkit -- v2.4. This version includes several long-awaited features and multiple bugfixes. Among the important changes are:

- Ability to pre-install WordPress on new subscriptions via the corresponding Service Plan option
- Ability to create sets of plugins and themes and preinstall them together with WordPress via Service Plans
- Dramatic increase in the synchronization operation speed on Linux (we're using rsync now)
- Advanced synchronization options (for instance, if some files are missing on source, you can now choose to remove them from the target).
- A separate server-wide WPT Settings screen for configuring a variety of relevant options previously accessible only via panel.ini
- Support for custom login URLs in case it was modified by third-party plugins or services
- ... and a lot more.

Refer to the Release Notes for the full list of changes: http://docs.plesk.com/release-notes/onyx/change-log/#1753-mu30.

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Plesk 17.8.7 Preview has been published

Release Notes: https://docs.plesk.com/release-notes/onyx/change-log/
How to install the preview build https://talk.plesk.com/threads/plesk-onyx-17-8-preview.343283/

Now you will go through the initial configuration much faster :)

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#Meet the #Plesk people: Next #Singapore . Madan Rai, Vladimir Samukov and Makoto Nishizawa are honored to meet the #WordCamp Singapore 2017 Community and ROBOTO-WAPUU => http://ow.ly/h4xD30g6vnu
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We released #Plesk Onyx 17.5 update #26 and #PleskOnyx 17.0 Update #37 . http://ow.ly/5hPx30g6uQv . Pls. don't wait to update your servers.

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#Plesk #extensions are the salt in our soup. New: #UNLOQ Two-Step Authentication / #Imunify360 / #Sidekick => https://ext.plesk.com/

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We’ve released Let’s Encrypt Extension 2.4.0:


Changelog (see also https://docs.plesk.com/release-notes/onyx/change-log/#1753-mu20171017 ):
2.4.0 (16 October 2017)
[+] The customers are now notified by email about automatic certificate renewal, both successful and failed. This behaviour can be configured in Tools & Settings – Notifications.
[*] In error reports, technical details are now grouped together in a collapsed text block.
[*] The certificate used for securing mail service will now be renewed and applied automatically. Several issues with renewing certificates were fixed.
[*] On Windows servers, domain certificates used for securing Plesk Panel are now actually renewed instead of removing old certificate and issuing a new one. (Only for Plesk 17.8 and later.)
[-] When creating a subscription or domain with an internationalized domain name, automatic installation of a Let's Encrypt certificate failed. (EXTLETSENC-329)
[-] If Let's Encrypt Authority rejects the request with "Policy forbids issuing for name", the error message now provides relevant information and a reference link. (EXTLETSENC-202)
[-] The certificate used for securing Plesk Panel was not shown in the certificate repository. (EXTLETSENC-187)
[-] Under certain circumstances, the certificate for Plesk Panel was not renewed upon updating the Let's Encrypt extension from versions earlier than 2.0. (EXTLETSENC-322)
[-] When issuing a certificate for a webmail addon domain, if an error occurred, the error message did not provide a relevant explanation. (EXTLETSENC-321)
[-] On Windows servers, symbolic links to certificates were created with extra \ symbols, which prevented opening them with some applications, for example with notepad.exe. (EXTLETSENC-315)

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A new version of WordPress Toolkit is now available.

The main change introduced by this release is the integration of Addendio service within WordPress Toolkit. There are other minor changes as well. View full changelog here: https://docs.plesk.com/release-notes/onyx/change-log/#1753-mu20171012

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