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I have Server 2008 running Exchange 2010 and my outlook clients are getting a certificate error.  We have a website hosted by structuredweb.com so I'm fairly confident that I have some conflict with my certificate.  I bought a cert from GoDaddy.  What do I need to do to fix this popup? 1 error 1 error 2 error
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by:Govvy
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What is listed in certificate path tab? You may need to install the root CA cert on the Exchange server(s)
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You have to perform this command from Exchange Management Shell as per this MS article http://support.microsoft.com/kb/940726
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Basically, the certificate subject or subject alternative name needs to contain the name of the Exchange 2010 CAS server or CAS array (if one has been created) In Exchange 2010 the end point for Outlook is now the CAS so the certificate needs to be generated from the CAS, processed by godaddy and completed on the CAS. This imports the cert and assigns services such as IIS etc.

In the meantime you can get around this problem by turning off encryption in Outlook.
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