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Adding Let's Encrypt Terms of Service warning and links to setup guide #56

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@JoshData JoshData merged commit 5b58f0e into mail-in-a-box:master Feb 5, 2019

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JoshData commented Feb 5, 2019

Thanks!

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mitchellurgero commented Feb 5, 2019

Of course! Always happy to help!

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MSSEsq commented Feb 11, 2019

You have correctly identified the legal issue here, and have addressed it mostly, yet more detail using less threatening wording would be appropriate. I suggest:
<strong>Notice:</strong> Mail-In-A-Box enables encrypted Internet communications by periodically obtaining free digital PKI certificates from the <a href="https://letsencrypt.org/about/">Let’s Encrypt Certificate Authority</a>. Obtaining these certificates requires agreeing to the several Agreements and Policies published in the <a href="https://letsencrypt.org/repository/">Let’s Encrypt Policy and Legal Repository</a>. By installing and running Mail-In-A-Box, you agree to the current Let’s Encrypt Agreements and Policies as they may be amended or supplemented.

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