We recently installed a new Exchange 2013 server that is currently coexisting with the Exchange 2010 server. A test mailbox was moved over to the 2013 database successfully but when that mailbox is access through the Outlook client a security alert pops up. What do I need to do so this alert does not continue to popup?
Exchange will already have the certificate and created it during installation. You can export if from IIS and then import it on the workstations. Or you can obtain a 'real' certificate and install that
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