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I assigned new SSL certificate on my exchange 2007, all outlook clients are working fine except windows 10 tablets as they are receiving pop up errors. error code: 0x80072189

they have mail apps I think higher version to outlook express .

have I missed anything in assigning cert.
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no they are using windows 10 mail client

cert on our exchange is assigned to iis, smtp, pop, imap

all windows 10 tablets were working fine with earlier cert till now and the new cert is exactly same replica of old cert
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Hmmm....try running this to check your cert.

Get-ExchangeCertificate | fl

I supposed it's possible that the Win10 mail clients aren't compatible with Exchange 2007.  Ex2k7 is old afterall.
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