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Posted on 2011-09-19
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Hi All,
recently i am trying to implement an SSL cert from public CA. the provide is CACert. but my exchange 2010 says its invalid cert. The common name and the external url are same. Does CACert dont support exchange 2010 yet?
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beridius earned 500 total points
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no there is a problem with them I suggest you could try http://www.startssl.com as they are free and insured up to $10,000
or buy from a vendor that has exchange 2010 cert
hope this helps
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it looks like your exchange server has no connection to the internet and is unable to verify the CRL list
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