Exchange 2010 is very new to me so forgive me if I sound naive in some of my questioning.
We have 2 Exchange Servers in our organization, a 2003 and a 2010 Exchange Server. All the Roles for 2010 are on 1 server.
In order to get Active Sync working we purchased a Certificate from GoDaddy. Active Sync is working on the new server.......it was issued to the name we use for our external URL. The internal URL is the same name as the Exchange 2010 server.
While active sync work fine, whenever Outlook 2007 opens a mailbox that resides on the Exchange 2010 Server it gets the warning certificate message that is well known where the last option "The name on the security certificate is invalid or does not match the name of the site" The internal URL was not included when we created this certificate.
This morning I created a new cert for the internal url...without thinking I assigned it IIS services...well this made the cert warning message go away but also broke active sync. Removed the IIS services from the new cert and active sync worked fine.
So basically all to say how do I make the certificate warning message stop when my internal users open Outlook 2007 without breaking active sync?
Thanks and sorry to sound naive...trying to understand as I go