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I receive a message on outlook saying that my certificate "mail."my domain name".com name does match the certificate. I recently used SBS 2011 to fix the certificates via the wizard. I'm guessing that messed it up.

How can I fix it?
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Ideally if you can get a wildcard certificate (*.my domain name.com) that would fix it, but they generally cost more if you are purchasing a certificate.  If you don't go for that, you have to make sure that the value in the certificate matches exactly what your folks are using to connect to the exchange server.  For example, if you have everyone connecting to mail.domain.com, but the certificate says www.domain.com, it's going to give that error message, even though they are both really the same.
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