I am having a problem with users running Outlook 2007 and trying to send email though Port 587 using TLS. I think the problem is on the server. In the Exchange Shell screenshot below you will see the CN name as "SERVER" and then you will see the correct CN name below it. If you look at the details of the error that Outlook is giving, you will see the "Issued To" also states "SERVER" but should be the FQDN. Any suggestions on what looks wrong here? Thanks. Outlook-Cert-Error-Message.gif Certificate-Error---Wrong-CN-Nam.gif
please try again: "Enable-ExchangeCertificate -Services:"SMTP" -thumprint "thumprint""
If that does not work please refer to "Client to Server Secure SMTP Connectivity in Exchange Server 2007" :http://www.shudnow.net/2008/02/10/client-to-server-secure-smtp-connectivity-in-exchange-server-2007/
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