Activsync and Exchange 2010 using multiple hosted email domains

I have an Exchange 2010 server hosting multiple domains ,I can send and receive using RPC over http with these hosted domains no issues and Active sync works fine with the named server account.

I cannot get the additional email domain  to work on an Ipad that I know works with the main hosted account.

Thinking it may have something to do with the SSL (I have autodiscover and remote as part of the mail SSL cert)
Do I need to add the additional domains to the SSL and rekey it?
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Jamie McKillopIT ManagerCommented:

You need to create an SRV record in the other DNS zones.

Service: _autodiscover
Protocol: _tcp
Port Number: 443
Host: <your server name>

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Alan HardistyCo-OwnerCommented:
When you create the SRV record (as advised above) make sure you point the HOST part of the SRV record to a name that IS included in your existing SSL certificate e.g., autodiscover.yourdomaincom and then autodiscover for the other domains should work and then you should be able to configure the iPad happily.

pgm554Author Commented:
Here's where I'm at as I'm using Network Solutions as my provider.

I put in my as the target ,but am getting errors for priority and weight.

Any suggestions as to what the values should be ?
I set them to 0 .if you guys have any other suggestions as this is the first time setup for me.

Update.still no go after changing srv record.
Do I need to add another autodiscover name to my UCC SSL that matches my other hosted email (ie
Do I need to put a trailing dot after the target name?
Alan HardistyCo-OwnerCommented:
Use a Priority of 100 and weight of 1 and you should be fine.

Not sure about the trailing dot - it's different for some DNS providers.

You don't need to amend the SSL certificate at all.  If it includes and you point the SRV record to then it should sort things for you.

pgm554Author Commented:
Solutions aren't working and trying other ideas.
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