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Secuirty Cerficate Error - Two prompts every time outlook 07 is opened

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Hello,

We have been running outlook 07 and Exchange server 07 for about 5 months - however, today upon opening outlook all clients are experiancing 2 security alert prompts concering our security certificate - basically it is letting us know that the security certificate has expired or is not yet valid -

We are using a self issued certificate and I know it hasn't expired in 6 months....about the not yet being valid part....I am not sure what that means...

If anyone could shed some light on the resolution for this It would be very much appreciated -

The only things that have changed in the past few weeks are: In outlook I have issued the sp1 patch and I believe their was an exchange server patch a few weeks ago or maybe a month ago

Thanks!
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