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Setup Godaddy UCC SSL on Exchange 2007

Posted on 2009-05-05
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I recently purchased a UCC SSL certificate from Godaddy.com for our Exchange 2007 server.  I followed the instructions on the Godaddy.com web site for installation.  Access to OWA seems to be working without any problems.  I'm having issues with POP3 though.  I setup a test account and am using Outlook Express as the client.  When I try connecting using Secure POP3 I get the following message:

The server you are connected to is using a security certificate that could not be verified.  A certificate chain processed, but terminated in a root certificate which is not trusted by the trust provider.  Do you want to continue using this server?

I need to find out how to correct this issue.  I have other applications that will need to connect to the server via POP3 and will not work if there is a problem with the security certificate.
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That sounds like you haven't got the root certificates installed correctly.
Check that they are installed as per the instructions.

The other thing it could be is a root certificate in the wrong place.

In the Root certificate store look for Starfield certificates. If there is one in there, then right click on the certificate and choose Properties. Disable it for all purposes. DO NOT delete it though.

Then run iisreset and restart the Exchange Transport service.

Simon.
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Simon,

You are awesome!  It looks like it was something stupid on my part.  I had accidentally disabled the GoDaddy Class 2 certificate.  I went and Enabled it for all purposes and then restarted the services.  Everything is working great now!

Thanks,
Chris
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