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Exchange 2007: Troubleshooting SSL Cert

Last Modified: 2012-05-09
I just migrated an Exchange 2003 server to 2007 (Server 2003 to 2008) and would like some advice on aligning the newly installed SSL certificate.

When this server sends mail to the internet it is identifying itself as <ServerName> rather than m.domain.com <http://m.domain.com> . This is in contradiction to the SSL cert we purchased, and all configurations. I'd like to have this sync up, as AOL is rejecting our mail. I'm concerned that corporate caching name servers will populate the mismatch and we'll get bounced email for a few weeks before the cache name servers refresh.

Your help is greatly appreciated.

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