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Exchange 2010 CAS/HUB SSL Proper Configuration

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Hi All,

Just got done installing Exchange 2010 in Windows 2003 and Exchange 2003 Domain.

Tested mail flow, owa, and mailbox moves and all is ok...Though I ran into one issue.

When connecting outlook 2007/2010 locally to a test mailbox on the Exchange 2010 server, I get prompted with the SSL Cert error message about non-matching CN for "Exchgate.company.local"...I get this about 2-3 times in a span of a few minutes and after clicking "Yes,"  I can resumme functionality but sending/receiving emails is intermintent and often i have click send/receive to get/send emails...I'm almost 90% sure it has to do with the SSL config for exchange 2010.


Current setup:

CAS/HUB Role on Server:  ExchGateway.company.local (192.x.x.7)
I have internal DNS configured for the above in split DNS config:  Email.Comapny.com (OWA), AutoDiscover.Company.Com, and Outlook.Company.com (For Outlook Anywhere), all pointing to ==> (192.x.x.7)
SSL UCC Cert was applied on Exchange 2010 for the above X.company.com CNs.

So when i point outlook to either of the above 3 server names for Exchange server and click "Check Name", it changes to "ExchGateway.company.local" which i imagine correct since it's the CAS/HUB server.

So what did I do wrong or didn't do?

So I'm pretty sure i need to do something via Exchange Powershell...Help!!!
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