SSL Certificate for exchange 2010

Hi,
We have bought thrid party ssl certificate to run Ipad and for external clients to run pop3/or imap4 for sbs 2011 & exchange 2010. we have installed godaddy ssl certificate as mail.mydoamin.co.uk, we had already got another ssl certificate called remote.mydomain.co.uk now firstly when i check the connectivity for activesync on www.testexchangeconnectivity.com, it tested ok (mail.mydomain.co.uk) with no error but still the ipad is not working, it says "unable to verify the account information". ?
secondly can i remove remote.mydomain.co.uk issued by sbs2011 CA? (from the exchange certificates and assign smtp,pop,imap,iis service to the third party ssl certificate??)
6300acAsked:
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ThorinOConnect With a Mentor Commented:
Correct, once you do that the new trusted cert will be used instead of the self generated one. Assuming all the values are correct on the new cert then all should go well. I would run the same exchangeconnectivity test you did before once you make the change as well as OWA and the iPad connection.
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ThorinOCommented:
Does your SSL certificate work in OWA from Internet Explorer? Does OWA work on the iPad in Safari?

If you have installed the purchased SSL certificate then you shouldn't need the self generated one. Did you buy a SAN SSL cert?
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6300acAuthor Commented:
yes it works , owa works both from outside computers and ipad safari..thanks..can i remove the other certificate??
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6300acAuthor Commented:
but ipad is not connecting via exchange active sync..and also if i want to download emails via pop3 or imap4 service it is asking for network password again but cant go any further to download emails from outside..
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ThorinOCommented:
You should be fine to remove the old certificate if the new one has been installed.
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6300acAuthor Commented:
but the old one is from the server it self...if i remove that old one should i assign all the service to the new one?? (the mail.mydomain.co.uk, 3rd party...)
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ThorinOCommented:
You can assign the services before you delete, if you assign the services to the new one you don't need to delete the old certificate it will just sit there doing nothing. I would suggest that over the delete.
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6300acAuthor Commented:
it is asking to overwrite certificate yes or yes to all etc message when i assigning all services to the new certificate..should i tell yes to all??
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6300acAuthor Commented:
cant remove the smtp service from the old one??
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ThorinOCommented:
You should be able to assign all services, please see the following: http://www.digicert.com/ssl-certificate-installation-microsoft-exchange-2010.htm
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6300acAuthor Commented:
Yes i did that,sitll ...

when i open outlook on lan there is a message that remote.mydomain.co.uk ----
the name on the cerificate is invalid..
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6300acAuthor Commented:
it is a security alert..
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