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Using SSL for OWA WITHOUT a top level domain

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I have been trying to get Outlook web access working for 1 person who wants to use their PDA to access email outside the network.  I had port 443 opened for OWA, and it works OK through a browser (it gives cert warnings from a self-made cert obviously).  The PDA cannot access it though because of the self-signed cert (getting error 0x80072f17, which is a cert error).  Anyway, we do not host a domain at this site.  Our Active Directory domain is hr.local, and all the SSL places want to "validate" your top level domain.  How can I get around this problem.  I was just going to disable SSL access and use port 80, but I know it is not in the best practices to do such a thing.
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