How do I make Exchange 2003, OWA, and POP all work with SSL
My old Exchange 2003 server was migrated to new hardware. Since then we have had issues with the new SSL certificate. As it stands users are unable to logon to OWA without having to reject the certificate. Also POP and RPC over HTTP does work without VPN'ing into the office. The contractors who performed the Exchange migration said they were unable to keep the same username so the server name was changed which prompted me to renew my Verissign certificate. Once I installed it users were able to logon to OWA via mail.domain.com and for me to make RPC users work I would have to VPN to the office from the users laptop setup RPC and Outlook would work once disconnected. And with POP I had to disabled SSL on incoming and leave it enabled on outgoing so that pop connections were allows. How would I ultimatly resolved these problems. Is there a way to resolve SSL issues without having to recieve another SSL certificate from Verisign?
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