I just wasted money on a wildcard domain certificate and I'm very disappointed. It seems to me the page regarding SSL certificates should be updated immediately with the following: Wildcard SSL Certificates Do NOT Cover mail.yourdomain.com so others won't be fooled. Now, since this cert won't protect email with SSL, I started digging to find out how we can place SSL on our email traffic, and this is what I come up with: http://forum.Winhost.com/threads/email-pop3-over-ssl.12024/#post-24405 This is the reason? Because it's not in demand? Not to be rude, but since the NSA's little spying program has been unleashed to the entire world, I believe SSL over email should be mandatory. I can not fathom how anyone would say "the cost doesn't outweigh the benefits", especially with the growing number of breeches we've seen in recent years. All it would take is ONE TIME for someone to send information they didn't want made public from my website and the unencrypted information is intercepted. ONE. TIME. The liability risk for this is too great for everyone involved, and to be frank, I don't see Winhost or Rapid paying damages should this information get out. Rapid only guarantees my website, not the information passed from it. This security hole must be plugged, so I have a proposal. Please get the staff together to determine what it will cost to offer the option to users to secure email over SSL, and the price to implement the option. Please. This is important, moreso today than just a year ago.