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outlook 2013 security certificate error

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I just Joined a New PC with outlook 2013 to an exchange 2010 server. It is a SBS2011 DC. is there something in exchange I have to do or can this be fixed on the Local PC..

The error that is comming up is.  The name of the security certificate is invalid or does not match the name of the site.

the error says mail.domain.com  when i open the certificate it says remote.domain.com

Anyone had this error before?
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by:Jian An Lim
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can i have a screen shot?

also, on outlook, can you do a test email AUTOconfiguration ?

this is just to confirm all settings is pointing to remote.domain.com

you might need to rerun CIEW to make sure it is mail.domain.com or remote.domain.com
(either one)

http://blogs.technet.com/b/sbs/archive/2008/10/15/introducing-the-internet-address-management-wizard-part-1-of-3.aspx <-- check on the remote (make sure it match your certificates)
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by:BBrayton
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service pack 2 has not been installed. is there a fix in sp2 for that
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I just did autodiscover and its all pointing to mail.domain.com. how do I get it to change to remote.domain.com. autodiscover test failed.
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by:BBrayton
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I was doing some snooping around in DNS and I noticed in the forward lookup zones there is mail.domain.com and remote.domain.com.  I looked on another SBS2011 and all there was is remote.domain.com.

Could I just delete the mail.  from the forward lookup zone?
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Deleted the extra forward lookup zone of  Mail.domain.com in DNS and it worked!!
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I accept my own solution because it was the only one that worked.  I found there was an issue in the forward lookup zones in the DNS settings.
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