Exchange 2010 OWA and Active Sync with different certificates

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I have a new exchange 2010 server, and I have configured OWA to work fine.

However in the past on our 2003 server we had 2 URLs, 1 for OWA and 1 for Active sync, webmail.domain.com and mobile.domain.com. We have 100 phones in the business using active sync, and I am changing over the server today.

We have ISA 2006 with 2 rule ones to publish webmail.domain.com which works fine and one to publish mobile.domain.com which doesnt work. I think the issue is because I am trying use 2 different certificates on the same exchange server (1 for each site). I cannot assign the same service to each certifcate if I assign IIS to the mobile cert then it takes off the IIS server from webmail stops it working and vise versa.

Is there a way to have both certificates working, I dont want to have to go around 100 phones changing them manually to look at webmail.domain.com.

Can I create another website in IIS to for active sync and point it to there?

Thanks for any help
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What about using SAN certificate ? with 2 names

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THanks will take a look and give it a go.
If you need to enable outlook anywhere, I would suggest to incould the following names on the certificate:
autodiscover.domainc.com
FQDN ( mail.domain.com this is where you m record points).
hostname (netbios name)
internal name (server-name.domain.local
owa.domain.com
mobile.domain.com

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Worked a treat thanks

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Top answer saved me hours
you are welcome :)

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