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Request certificate by Exchange after open outlook 2010

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Hello,

I have a problem opening the Ms Outlook 2010 connected to MsExchange 2007, the message is:  "The security certificate was issued by a company you have not chosen to trust"

This certificate doesn't exist in certificate authority.

What should I do to skip this error? (without installing the certificate locally)
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you cannot, your computer needs to trust the certification authority which delivered the certificate to your Exchange Server. To do this you need to import the public certificate of the certification authority into the Trusted Root Certification Authorities store.
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