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Outlook 2007 Certificate issue - Outlook Anywhere

Hi all,

We had an issue logged her previously (http://www.experts-exchange.com/Software/Office_Productivity/Groupware/Outlook/Q_26778473.html) which we marked as resolved but the same is happening again after the previous work.

The certificate error received is attached Certificate warning
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abhijitmdpCommented:
Can you please confirm which names you have used with your certificate is this like:
mail.domain.com
autodiscover.domain.com
domain.com
computer.local
Server01.domain.local
Server01

I think you are using a self signed certificate, I'll personally recomend you to either buy a certificate from any SSL provider or build your own CA in your domain. and then rechain the certificate with above suggested names and install it to your exchange. I am very sure that this will resolve your issue.
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abhijitmdpCommented:
As you have not mentioned the version of exchange in your query I am assuming that you are using exchange 2007.
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tonyperthCommented:
If you are using IIS 7 on the exchange:

Open IIS 7
Expand your server
Expand Sites
left click onthe site that holds your owa etc site (Possibly web applications)
then click Bindings and make sure that the GoDaddy certificate is the one bound to 443

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BCSOnlineAuthor Commented:
abhijitmdp it's GoDaddy and is:

remote.domain.com
autodiscover.domain.com
servername.domain.com
servername.local

tonyperth it's bound on 443 to the default website in IIS with "*" for the hostname
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abhijitmdpCommented:
I think you are missing below two names in your certificate and this is causing the issue,
domain.com
Server01
Can you rechain your certificate, also after rechain remove the old cert from certificate console (MMC->Add/remove Snap in-> Add->Certificate) and then install the new one and assign SMTP,IMAP,IIS and other required services to the new certificate.
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tonyperthCommented:
As per the "Importing and Enabling the SSL SAN Certificate" section of the link below can you open the Exchante Management Shell and type get-exchangecertificate | FL, and then check the Services in the results are as you expect.

http://www.msexchange.org/articles_tutorials/exchange-server-2007/mobility-client-access/securing-exchange-2007-client-access-server-3rd-party-san-certificate.html

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BCSOnlineAuthor Commented:
Rekeying the certificate, reinstalling it and assigning it to the exchange services through the Exchange shell, fixed the issue.
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BCSOnlineAuthor Commented:
We reinstalled the cert
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