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Looking for the least costly Exchange 2010 SSL certificate

I'm Looking for the least costly Exchange 2010 SSL certificate.

I'm practicing setting up Exchange server 2010 from start to finish on a test Server 2008 R2 server at home. I need to set everything up including the SSL certificate.

Which certificate provider will create an Exchange 2010 SSL certificate for the lowest price?

I've already checked and certificate providers such as VeriSign and Thawte charge quite a bit to produce certificates.

Are there any other certificate providers that will create digital SSL certificates that don't cost as much?
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MikeIT ManagerCommented:
GoDaddy does them for $70/yr which is a pretty good deal.
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KnowledgeableAuthor Commented:
What other low cost certificate providers are available?

I always like to shop around before making a purchase.
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amarpal0102Commented:
Check out the ClickSSL and they are selling RapidSSL for $11.95 only

They have lots of offers that's even cheaper.

http://www.clickssl.com/
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KnowledgeableAuthor Commented:
If ClickSSL is such a great deal in terms on price, how come more IT professionals aren't using them?

I had never heard of ClickSSL before.
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Suliman Abu KharroubIT Consultant Commented:
check startssl.com
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amarpal0102Commented:
We used their certificate for single website because of low IT budget for our school.  I think, because ClickSSL dont sell their certificate, they are selling certificates of different organisations like Symantec, RapidSSL, geotrust for upto $265 and RapidSSL comes with $10K insurance (as on their website)

and you asked the least costly and you will get what you paid for, if you can pay more (couple hundreds) then you may get branded certificate from McAfee, Symantec. Its your choice
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