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SBS 2008 buying certificate from godaddy - should I get the Standard or Deluxe certificate?

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Hello, I'm testing out SBS 2008 and all seems fine. For test purposes I want to install a certificate from godaddy but I'm unsure of which one to go for; should I get the Standard or Deluxe certificate? With 2003 servers I've always gone for the Standard cert but I recall someone saying that you need the Deluxe for 2008? Or do I need a Standard cert with at least 2 domains for the internal/external? It would be great if someone who's done this already could clarify (no guesses please).
Many thanks.
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Since SBS 2008 has Exchange 2007 on it, I would STRONGLY recommend to go for a SAN Certificate
More information on this can be found at http://msexchangeteam.com/archive/2007/07/02/445698.aspx
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After some further research SBS 2008 only requires a 'Standard SSL cert' with single domain name - setup is very simple. The SBS setup does the rest. Very useful instructions to follow here:

http://sbs.seandaniel.com/2009/02/installing-godaddy-standard-ssl.html
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