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active sync for iphone and exchange 2003

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I currently have one exchange 2003 standard server with active sync to sync to iphones. i just installed a second exchange 2003 enterprise. i will be moving all mailboxes from exchange 2003 standard to exhange 2003 enterprise. do i need to buy/install another ssl certificate on the exchange 2003 enterprise server? i hope to get both servers working complete with active sync before i move all mailboxes over and decommision exchange 2003 standard server.\

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If it's the same public name, then no.  You can copy the certificate to the new server through IIS.  You'll export it from the old one and import it to the new one.  If you are using separate public names, then yes, you'll need a new ssl.
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here is with steps how to import and export the cert.

http://www.isaserver.org/articles/exportsslcert.html
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