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Issue new IMAP X.509 certificate

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Hi,

I have a windows 2008 SBS, I have just setup IMAP access, the default logon method is a secure TLS logon.

Problem: When a client connects to the server via IMAP the certificate installed on the server is different to the domain name e.g.:
server name: server1.domain.local
domain name: domain.com.au

So every time a client connects they have to accept the certificate, how do we fix this?

Thanks in advance.
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