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how to include new service in exchange certificate

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I have a certificate and only IIS and SMTP are included in the exchange certificate, if I used enable-exchangecertificate -thumb XXXXXX "IMAP"
it will add or it will remove everything and keep just the imap????
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it will keep everything and add IMAP
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I applied the command and I got the following ???


WARNING: This certificate will not be used for external TLS connections with an
 FQDN of '*.domain.com' because the self-signed certificate with thumbprint
'7DCXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX3EA8E' takes precedence. The following
connectors match that FQDN: IMAP4.
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