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ID no: 80090325

The certificate chain was issued by an authority that is not trusted

ID no: 80090325
Exchange System Manager

I get this message when I attempt to select properties in my public folders of Exchange 2003
Does Anyone Know Why this is.

Please Inform.

Thank You
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alshahnazCommented:
CAUSE
This problem occurs because BizTalk Server only searches the local system certificate store for the security certificate that matches. Because the Certificate Installation Wizard and the installation wizards that Microsoft Internet Explorer uses do not place the security certificate in the local system store by default, you must manually place the security certificate in the local system store.
RESOLUTION
To resolve this problem, follow these steps:
Double-click the security certificate or .cer file to start the Certificate Installation Wizard.
Click Install, and then click Next.
Select the Place all certificates in the following stores check box, and then click Browse.
Select the Show physical stores check box.
Click to expand the Trusted Root Certificate Authorities node, and then click Local Computer.
Click OK, and then click Finish
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byrcaCommented:
Ive just found this article - its exactly my problem too.  Can you tell me how to manually place the security certificate in the local system store?  Where do I find the certificate to run the wizard?  Also, with this effect OWA at all?

Thanks
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