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issue with exchange, how to "suppress" this message box ion outlook 2011/2013

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Hi;

I want to suppress this message popping up every time. Actual fix requires proper certificate, but i simply want to suppress this popup in my client machine. I have no problem with sending and receiving a mail. Mail server is exchange.

Any registry trick? or any trick at all in W7?

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The certificate is valid, therefore all you need to do is get the Exchange server configuration corrected. You don't need to buy another certificate.
Takes about three minutes to do on the Exchange server.

http://semb.ee/hostnames

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