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Publishing Exchange 2007 ActiveSync to the Internet using Threat Management Gateway 2010 ?

Posted on 2013-11-20
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Can anyone here please assist me with how to publish Exchange Active Sync securely with Threat Management Gateway 2010 ?

Do I have to buy a 3rd party SSL certificate to achieve this or self signed internal CA is fine ?
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so I cannot create the SSL certificate my own ?
i wonder if the user only got prompted by the warning sign without the proper SSL certificate.

I'm using Exchange server 2007 not 2010.
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You have to follow the same steps to publish Exchange 2007. If you don't mind if the users are prompted each time they use OWA then you can use an internal CA to generate a certificate.
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