I have been banging my head with this issue for a while now. I have client that has 7 pc's 2 mac's running
with a domain called tsugi.local on an SBS 2003 server called srv1. I have created an SSL cert on the machine
srv1.tsugi.local installed it via cert manager in Microsoft office 2004 for mac. The entourage clients connect ok and
i have all the settings right as its working but it's not working secure as it always comes up with the error "correct root
certificate is not installed". The clients are using e-mail acounts %%%@joeblow.com firstname.lastname@example.org through exchange.
I have changed there account setting to reflect tsugi.local incase that is the issue with the domain not matching the certificate.The clients aren't accessing webmail externally so i am consider turning off SSL as the fix. I was wonder if you
explain how to do this on SBS as it seems to not work when i turn it off under IIS directory security the way it would
in Standard server. The other thought i had was getting a signed cert from a provider.
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