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Hi,

We have implemented an Exchange 2013 server set up for multi tenant and we seem to be able to configure the user accounts and emails properly, however, we are struggling when it comes to certificates.

Can someone please shed some light on how to configure certificates as well as which ones to use?

Outlook 2013 will not connect to the exchange server, however, when you configure the email accounts on smart phones / mac mail, you are prompted with a certificate issue but it still connects.

If someone could help that would be great.

Thanks

Joe
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You can either configure all your client domains with external SRV records.
http://careexchange.in/how-to-create-autodiscover-srv-record-for-multi-tenant-scenario-in-exchange-2013/

Or, you can do redirection with a autodiscover CNAME record to your own autodiscover record.
http://careexchange.in/how-to-create-autodiscoverredirect-record-for-multi-tenant-scenario-in-exchange-2013/
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user SAN Certificates and all domains to them. Inclusing autodiscover records
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Hi All,

Thank you for your responses.

I will try the 2 options you have mentioned above Gareth and if that doesn't work then I guess I will need to purchase the SAN certificate.

Regarding the SAN certificate - If I add another domain once the certificate has been issued, will I need to get another certificate issued?

Thanks

Joe
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No, you can reissue the existing certificate by generating new CSR to include the domain and submit the CSR to the CA. Once you get the certificate install the certificate on all CAS servers
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