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How to View POP3 SSL Certificate Expiration in Exchange Server 2003

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I know how to view an SSL certificate through IIS, but how do I view an SSL certificate installed on the POP3 virtual server in Exchange Server 2003?
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I found the solution at http://alittlestupid.com/2005/11/23/view-ssl-cert-from-terminal/

From a Linux machine we have here, I ran an openssl command (see attached code) to get the cert. I was able to copy the cert (starts with ----BEGIN CERTIFICATE----) and save it to my desktop as a .cer file. From there, I double-clicked on it to see all the details of the certificate including the expiration date.
openssl s_client -connect exchange_server.example.com:995 -showcerts

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