LetsEncrypt

Settings

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##### LETSENCRYPT CONFIG #####
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# Config pertaining to the automatic acquisition and use of LetsEncrypt HTTPS certificates.
letsEncrypt:

  # Bool. Whether or not letsencrypt should be enabled for the server.
  # If false, the rest of the settings here will be ignored.
  # You should only change this if you want to serve GoToSocial behind a reverse proxy
  # like Traefik, HAProxy, or Nginx.
  # Options: [true, false]
  # Default: true
  enabled: true

  # Int. Port to listen for letsencrypt certificate challenges on.
  # If letsencrypt is enabled, this port must be reachable or you won't be able to obtain certs.
  # If letsencrypt is disabled, this port will not be used.
  # This *must not* be the same as the webserver/API port specified above.
  # Examples: [80, 8000, 1312]
  # Default: 80
  port: 80

  # String. Directory in which to store LetsEncrypt certificates.
  # It is a good move to make this a sub-path within your storage directory, as it makes
  # backup easier, but you might wish to move them elsewhere if they're also accessed by other services.
  # In any case, make sure GoToSocial has permissions to write to / read from this directory.
  # Examples: ["/home/gotosocial/storage/certs", "/acmecerts"]
  # Default: "/gotosocial/storage/certs"
  certDir: "/gotosocial/storage/certs"

  # String. Email address to use when registering LetsEncrypt certs.
  # Most likely, this will be the email address of the instance administrator.
  # LetsEncrypt will send notifications about expiring certificates etc to this address.
  # Examples: ["admin@example.org"]
  # Default: ""
  emailAddress: ""