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Outook 2010 / SBS 2008  Autodisover configuration help

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I've got a client with an SBS 2008 server with a self signed certificate.  I was able to get some clients confgured successfully without any public autodiscover record, but others were either unable to connect or took many attempts to get working.

I've created an autodiscover record publicly over the weekend but now it's "broken" the relatoinship of the remote Outloook clients.  

Can someone assist with the proper configuration of this using a Self Signed Cert?

Thanks,
Fred
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Fred - in all honesty, have the client break-down and spend the money for a UCC cert from a GoDaddy or such.  The amount of time and money they'll save from messing around with self-signed certs is reason enough to buy a true cert.  TRUST ME!
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Good advice.  I'll take it!
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