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How to issue and install self-signed certificate on Exchange Server 2007 SP3 for use with outlook anywhere

Posted on 2011-03-11
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We have recently expanded our infrastructure with a new Exchange Server 2007 SP3 on a Windows 2008 R2 box.
We would like to issue a self-signed certificate for use with outlook anywhere.
How can that be accomplished?
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u cant creat a self signed certificate and make sure all the  OA users wont get a certificate prompt
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U can create a self-signed certificate by running the following command in Exchange management shell

New-ExchangeCertificate  -SubjectName "c=ES, o=Diversión de Bicicleta, cn=mail1. DiversiondeBicicleta.com" -DomainName woodgrove.com, example.com -PrivateKeyExportable $true

but unless this certificate is imported on a machine where Outlook anywhere is going to be used , the users will get certificate warning


Only solution is Third party certificate
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