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Welcome to the Jisc Certificate Service group.

The service offers a number of different X509 SSL certificates, including Extended Validation certificates that give users the highest possible assurance, as well as S/MIME email certificates for digitally signing emails. Jisc has an agreement with the Certificate Authority, QuoVadis who is the provider of the certificates.

The service has been running since 2006 and has issued many thousands of certificates to organisations in UK research and education.

This is a Community group where users can obtain relevant information, receive service updates and provide feedback.

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The change to the number of credits required for certificates with 5 or more domains takes effect from 5 September 2017. The cost of Mixed certificate credit bundles will remain unchanged.

The only changes are as follows:

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The change to the number of credits required for certificates with 5 or more domains take effect from 5 September 2017. The cost of Mixed certificate credit bundles will remain unchanged.

The only changes are as follows:

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To apply for membership of the Jisc Certificate Service, please download, complete and sign the application form. It must be signed by someone with the appropriate level of authority to sign on behalf of your organisation. The completed form can be scanned and emailed (to certificates@jisc.ac.uk), faxed (0300 300 2213) or posted back to Jisc, Lumen House, Library Avenue, Harwell Campus, Didcot, OX11 0SG

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This document is an example of the DCV email that Comodo will send out for any domains, located in the CSR, to be validated before the SSL certificate is issued.

In some cases it may be necessary to provide your IT team with information that is found in the email from Comodo to ensure it does not get caught up in the email SPAM filter.

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