Exchnage/Outlook Certificate Warning

I am looking for a solution to the following problem. I have a client that is running Exchange 2007 with Outlook 2003 mail clients. They have an internal Active directory domain with a domain name of DomainName.int. I am in the process of upgrading the Outlook client to Outlook 2010. “When launching the client I get the pop up message “The name of the server does not match the certificate”. When I look at the SAN Cert for the Exchange server I noticed that the e-mail server FQDN is not included the SAN certificate. To get rid of the popup box I need to add the FQDN of the internal Exchange server to SAN Cert, correct? Being that their internal domain name is DomainName.int, can I add a .int to the SAN Cert now that they have created the new international domain? Is there a way to get rid of the certificate error if the FQDN cannot be added?
Loffler_PaulAsked:
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sirakovCommented:
Yes you could add the internal FQDN by recreating your SAN cert if you were using an internal CA. Or puchase a new cert with the internal names in it.

The easiest way is to create a Split DNS
- Create an internal DNS zone with the same name as the one showing in your existing certificate (your external domain) and pointing it to your local IP address of exchange
You will also have to change the internal URLs of Exchange virtual directories following this KB:
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/940726
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Rajith EnchiparambilOffice 365 & Exchange ArchitectCommented:
You dont need server fqdn in your SAN cert. You need to configure your autodiscover record and include it in the certificate.

Check http://www.howexchangeworks.com/2011/07/how-outlook-2007-clients-connect-using.html and http://www.howexchangeworks.com/2011/07/service-connection-point-scp-in.html
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praveenkumare_spCommented:
Yes as sirakov says follow that article 940726 to resolve this issue
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