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Exchange 2007 error msg 0.x8004011D, SSL Certificate generation question and SBS Server 2003 migration?

Posted on 2008-06-11
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HI there guys,

I have just deployed Exchange 2007 a month ago. I'm migrating from SBS server 2003 R2 to the real deal Exchange 2007. But I have encountered a few issues and need some assistance,

The issues are;
1) I'm frequently getting an error message 0x8004011D when I'm using Outlook 2007 to try to get my mails.
2) I'm quite blur on how to get the SSL certs for use by Exchange 2007, most of the websites says that we have to purchase it. But how do I make self signed certs? Purchasing is the last option.
3) Previously, my network was run with an SBS Server 2003 R2, now I added in another Win 2003 R2 64bit with Exchange 2007 as the second DC. So how do I completely remove exchange 2003 and get rid of the SBS server but still retain the old domain details, such as Username & Password.

Thanks alot for the assistance.
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A third party certificate is really the way to go. Shell out the  $80@ godaddy and buy a UCC cert, that covers all of the domains.
 mail.yourdomain.com
yourmailserver netbios namme
mail.yourorg.local
autodiscover.yourorg.local

without all these under one cert all out look clients will warn users that your certificate is not signed.

Please see my other post: http://www.experts-exchange.com/Software/Server_Software/Email_Servers/Exchange/Q_23473145.html
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by:thesyko
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Hmm, how bout the SBS issue and 0x8004011D issue then, any helpers?
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