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Hi there,
I created a Standard UCC SSL for my domain
Our administrative contact didn't receive your mail for validation.
Do you know if there is a big delay in order to receive mail  ?
Thanks,
Regards,
Simlip
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by:Simon Butler (Sembee)
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You need to ask GoDaddy. Support can get the email resent.
The email validation can take a little while to appear, depends on the domain type.

Simon.
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by:John-Charles-Herzberg
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It should only be 5 to 10 mins

Thanks
JC
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by:dmwynne
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Should not be a significant delay.

Call or contact Godaddy support, they are pretty helpful:

http://support.godaddy.com/help/article/563/what-is-domain-control-validation

Support links are on left and you can start an online chat or call.
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by:Nick Rhode
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Also check to see what address they are sending the email too.  I had an issue with go daddy sending to an invalid address or my previous host provider who was not authorizing.
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Also, if you have your domain set as private/proxy, those usually don't work.  You either need to set your account info with your registrar as public, temporarily, or use the new method GoDaddy has to put something on your website (I've not tried this yet, not sure how involved it is, but it's a choice when you're going through the cert request.)

GoDaddy's SSL support has been outstanding and they're very quick to resolve issues.  Give them a ring.  You should see the email relatively quickly, and when they send the authorization email, they will also send an email to whatever your GoDaddy account's email address is to let you know they sent it for troubleshooting purposes (If you get the alert it was sent and no email received, you know. . .)
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