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Exchange Certificate Issue (Internal Users)

Posted on 2012-03-28
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Hi all,

Bit stuck with this, I have our company wild card cert installed in our new Exchange 2010 server… external users are loving it! But internal users get a certificate error every time they start Outlook. of course it’s going to tell them the name is wrong, because they are using mail server, not mail.domain.com to connect.

How do I fix this without getting a new cert? is there some work around?
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by:liminal
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Ok clearly I don't know enough about certs.

But If my mail server is called

mailserver.ADdomain.domain.com

should not a wildcard cert of

*.domain.com

cover it... or not?
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by:darasunil
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are both external and internal domains are same??
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by:liminal
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Ahh no

External is mail.companydomain.com

internal is mailserver.ADname.companydomain.com

Yeah the error is the name on the security certificate does not match the name of the site.

So only a SAN cert will fix this?
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darasunil earned 2000 total points
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yes .. you have to go for..
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by:liminal
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Thanks
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