Newly Imported SSL certificate not binding to needed services

Hello All,

I have bought an UC SSL certificate from Comodo for my Exchnage 2007 services SMTP, POP, IMAP, IIS services about a month ago, since my current Digicert certificate will expire in a week.
I attempted importing the certificate with the command line they provided:
Import-ExchangeCertificate -Path c:\exchange_example_net.crt | Enable-ExchangeCertificate -Services "SMTP, POP, IMAP, IIS"

After issuing the command line on the Exchange 2007 Shell, apparently it worked.

Then I issued the Get-ExchangeCertificate cmdlet to verify it was imported correctly. I can see that the certificate was imported but it is only showing POP and IMAP as the services registered.

I called comodo and apparently they don't know why this is.

Please help.

thanks
LuiLui77Asked:
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StuartTechnical Architect - CloudCommented:
What error do you get when you assign the certificate to other services?

Stuart
LuiLui77Author Commented:
I did not get any error, it just took the command line I believe, it did not showed me anything.

I am trying to go ahead and re-imported with the same command line and now its displaying that I have already imported it
StuartTechnical Architect - CloudCommented:
What does it report in the emc? What services are assigned to the certificate
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LuiLui77Author Commented:
Where can I check this on the EMC?
Amit KumarCommented:
Please follow this article

In the console tree, select Server Configuration.
In the action pane, click Assign Services to Certificate to open the Assign Services to Certificate wizard.
This wizard helps you assign the appropriate services to your certificate for your Exchange organization. For assistance creating a certificate, see Create a New Exchange Certificate.
On the Assign Services page, use the check boxes in the Assign Services section to choose the services you want to assign to your certificate. If you chose services during certificate creation, these services will already be checked. Click Assign.
On the Completion page, verify that all of the services were assigned properly.

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StuartTechnical Architect - CloudCommented:
There you go :p
LuiLui77Author Commented:
Thank you.
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