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Exchange 2003 Standard - SSL

Posted on 2011-09-14
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Greetings,

We have just recently purchased a new mail archiving program and I have noticed that our mails are passing through to our new distributor unprotected.

Our distributor has informed us of an option where we can use SSL to protect our mails as they pass through for us to them and to be honest I don’t have much experience in that area.

I am very project management minded (if I may say so myself!!) and I am looking for a document that will give me all the steps that I need to implement to make my Exchange 2003 standard server SSL ‘aware’

We have iPhones/iPads/Blackberries/and OWA.

Thanks in advance for anyone who can provide with the step by step instructions.

Declan D
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by:yjchong514
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Start with this:
http://www.globalsign.com/support/install/install_mexch.php

Good Day!

Regards,

yjchong514
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deckydee earned 0 total points
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Hi,

Not exactly what I am looking for.  Where did that certificate come from?  Where can they be bought etc etc :o)

Try and think as me as someone who is 6 years of age

Declan D
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