Deploying Exchange without SSL certificates

I was wondering if Exchange 2010 can be deployed without an SSL certificate from a 3rd party provider, but still depoly CAS with OWA, Outlook Anywhere and Active Sync?
If so how that can be done?
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Alan HardistyCo-OwnerCommented:
No - to get all the features in Exchange 2010 (and 2007), you need to install a 3rd party SSL certificate.
Cheapest around (currently) are from GoDaddy and you will need a SAN / UCC (multi-name certificate) for it to work properly.
Alan HardistyCo-OwnerCommented:
Here is an article about the limitations for Exchange 2007 and Self-Signed Certificates (which also applies to Exchange 2010).
Read the limitations section: 

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