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SBS 2008 alternative or additional activesync address

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In a week we are migrating for a client a Server 2003 Standard domain with Exchange 2003 Standard to SBS 2008, maintaining Active Directory. Currently on 2003, OWA and Activesync are setup as exchange.domain.com with a purchased SSL cert. Of course SBS 2008 is always remote.domain.com.

There are several Activesync devices already deployed (iPhones and Android), and I don't want break those connections or have to reconfigure. At the same time, Remote Web Workplace WILL be used on SBS 2008, so I also want to maintain the standard remote.domain.com.

Is there a way to add a secondary Activesync domain to SBS 2008 to maintain the exchange.domain.com? ...OR... a way to replace ONLY the Activesync domain with that and maintain remote.domain.com for RWW, OWA, and RPC over HTTPS (Outlook Anywhere)?

(Obviously there would be 2 SSL certs...one for 'exchange' and one for 'remote')

Thanks in advance for your help.
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Alan Hardisty earned 250 total points
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When you install SBS 2007, when it comes to running the configuring the server, the default remote domain is remote.domain.com, but you can change it by clicking on the Advanced button and type in Exchange instead to keep things the same as they are now.
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Thanks.

That's exactly what I ended up doing, and created a redirect in IIS for 'remote.yourdomain.com'.
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