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I have a Exchange 2010 setup, mail1.abc.com (CAS / Hub) and mail2.abc.com (Mailbox).  For exchange webmail, it is mail.abc.com. In public DNS, abc.com and www.abc.com is pointed to our website.

For the certificate in Exchange, which name should I only include mail1.abc.com & mail.abc.com. Do I need to include my domain name abc.com in the certificates ?

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In your certificate you need only 2 names which is mail.abc.com (common name) and autodiscover.abc.com.
both the A records should be pointed to your CAS server.
Please check my article how to configure this and certificate requirements
https://www.experts-exchange.com/articles/13676/Out-Of-office-not-working.html

This article is for fixing errors. The same can be used in your case.
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by:AXISHK
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Try renew the certificate with mail.abc.com and autodiscover.abc.com. After binding it to Exchange and connect Outlook internally, it prompts for the following :
"There is a problem with the proxy server's security certificate"

I have already run those Exchange powershell mentioned and the name has been point to the mail.abc.com.

Any idea what's missing ? Do I really need to include mecmail1 in the certificate files as inside Outlook setting, it is referring both internal name (mail1) and public name (mail).

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Please post the screenshot.
You dont need internal FQDN in the certificate.

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MAS
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by:AXISHK
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Apply wizard certificate and fix the problem, Thx
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