I have a customer who wants a second domain for email setup. They have 2 separate SSL certificates for the email domain - domain1.com and have bought another for domain2.com.
They should have bought a SAN certificate but didn't. Is this an easy task to apply two SSL certificates for OWA? I setup a temp IIS website to generate the CSR for domain2.com.
I'm not worried about the recipient policies. But I've never applied two certificates for Exchange before. Can someone point me in the right direction? I'm not sure whether you can have both IIS website operating side-by-side and how does navigating to the external OWA website work?
They are migrating to the new domain later this year.
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