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Where is the best place to get an SSL certificate for my Exchange 2003 server?  Thanks!
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Thanks.  One more question,  on the website below, what certificate would I need?  I assume this is for each user accessing our Exchange server?  What about OWA, is that included?

http://www.verisign.com/ssl/buy-ssl-certificates/index.html?onclick=true

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Individual SSL should be fine for OWA.  If you apply the SSL to the Exadmin virtual directory this will create a secure connection for any user connecting via OWA.  If you are referring to end-users accessing your Exchange box then you need Exchange CALs (client-access licenses) for each user.
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