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I ran this command: ./certbot-auto certonly --webroot -w /var/www/html/ -d com --account 95153 It produced this output: Account Storage Error: Account ids mismatch (expected: 95153, found: 1a8788f6a949221114dd75b7ac6d96d My operating system is (include version): Ubuntu 14.04 I can't seem to find any information regarding this error anywhere.

This should be the location of Smart Sieve under your web root.

// If set to true, and the user does not supply any addresses, we will include // [email protected] if maildomain is not set for this server in // conf/we will demand the user supply at least one address.

If false, // we will not include the :addresses argument at all if the user does not supply // any extra vacation addresses.

// If you leave this empty, all scripts on the server will have access to the // cookie data.

$default-login_page_heading = '  Welcome to Smart Sieve'; /* Vacation settings.

Thanks in advance I thought the acccount ID is the number at the end of registration URI**1234567** however using certbot apparently is something else.

I havent initially created this account on this machine so certbot did not create the directory. Shall I assume that the correct account ID which the directory needs to be named after, is the one I get in the error message?

The next-simplest thing to do when migrating between servers is to copy I wanted to use that specific account to avoid "too many certificates already issued for this domain" error which I kept getting for 2 weeks straight whereas systems using the account which the domain is under, were able to get new certificates during these two weeks. But in any case, that ID is apparently different from the idea From the ACME perspective yes (As I understand), your account is identified by its URI and there's no prescription about whether that URI needs to have a numeric ID component or not.