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cover 2 domains with one ssl exchange 2003

how do i cover 2 domains with one ssl certificate from go daddy exchange 2003
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LLMorrissonCommented:
Are you talking about access to OWA? If so you don't really need a certificate to cover two domains. Could you get away with just one access domain, or have you been told you need both? Users of either email domain can connect to OWA on the one domain that has the valid certificate, and they will both continue to send email from their own separate domain addresses.

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Randy DownsOWNERCommented:
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Mohammad Ishtyaq KhatriCommented:
You can use SAN SSL certificate to secure multiple domains. Below is an example link for Geotrust, You can seucre upto 25 domains using one cert. So SAN SSL is your requirement.

http://www.geotrust.com/ssl/multi-domain-ssl/index.html?sl=t82450376550000023&gclid=CLLvw5i-x6cCFYp66wodDS_zCQ


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Suliman Abu KharroubIT Consultant Commented:
You cant cover 2 separate domains in one single certificate.

SAN certificate capable of covering 2 sub-domains under one domain. for example a.domain.com and b.domain.com could be added to a single SAN certificate.

but a.domain.com and b.another-domain.com could not be added to single SAN certificate.
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pc-plusAuthor Commented:
Thanks everyone!
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