Plesk domain expiry notice

Plesk is a powerful control panel that can be used to resell web hosting - and due to this, you can specify quota limits per subscription so that each client can be allocated certain resources. One such limit is to impose an expiry date on a subscription. If you get the warning "The validity period of domain 'domain.com', owned by user account 'admin' (Contact name 'John Smith') is about to expire. The domain and all of its services will be deactivated unless the validity period is prolonged.

They can be defined per website/subscription. To change these, you will need to follow these steps:


1. Login to your Plesk Control Panel.

2. Once logged in to Plesk, click on Subscriptions, then click on the relevant subscription for the site you want to change the settings for.

Subscriptions

3. Click on 'Customize'.

Customize Button

4. You'll now be at the page where you can specify limits for the subscription or set them to unlimited. 

Plesk Subscription Quotas

5. Right at the bottom of the page - the Subscription Expiration Date - this is commonly used by resellers to expire the hosting after a set period of time. This will stop any sites and mailboxes from functioning on the server - so if it is not required, set it to Unlimited. 

Plesk Subscription Expiry

6. Once complete - clic 'Update & Lock' to save your changes.
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