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Outlook Anywhere 2010

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We are going to setup Outlook Anywhere for staff.

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Exchange 2010, Outlook 2007 & 2010.

Any idea how to do it?
Detail steps at server and outlook will be nice.
Thank you.
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Could we use Outlook Anywhere with out SSL Certificate?
We do not have budget to purchase it. Or could we build our CA?
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You can do this yes but you would need to install the certificate chains and root certificate into each machine accessing your systems (not too difficult on a domain).

But - check out UC certs from www.godaddy.com and www.certificatesforexchange.com - the last UC/SAN cert I bought was only about $70US
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