Adguard's Settings > General Settings section, scroll down to the bottom and click the Manage HTTPS exclusions button. Then add each domain one-by-one (using the + button to add, - button to delete) and click Save.
I'm sure they'll add both domains to the HTTPS exclusions list with the next major update.
Yes you are correct.@max2 @Boo Berry we have a special task on GitHub for such purposes: https://github.com/AdguardTeam/AdguardForWindows/issues/911
I added a comment about these website despite the problem was not solved for you by adding them to HTTPs exclusions list.
The problem lies deeper, it looks like. Do I understand right that I can't create an account for testing there if Im not a customer?
Sorry what do you mean "Post here your userID which will be indicated in automatic response." please ?@max2 I suppose we need logs then, can't see any other realistic way. Switch logging level to 'debug' in advanced settings in tray menu, reproduce the problem, then switch logging level back to 'default' and send us a message to support from app interface. Post here your userID which will be indicated in automatic response.
I don't remember getting any email
The same thing happened to me also.I don't remember getting any email