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Exchange 2013 - Expired SSL Cert Replaced but is it active?

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Hello im only just getting to grips with Exchange so bare with me..

Our SSL Cert expired a week or so ago, So created the renewal CSR from Exchange sent it off to GoDaddy an got a new cert.

The new cert is now within Exchange an can see if when i go to Servers > Certificates

The old "date invalid" cert is still shown in Exchange an still has SMTP, IMAP, POP services ticked but are all greyed out.

The current cert has SMTP, IMAP,POP and IIS

Is it possible to see if the old cert is in use anywhere before i just manually delete it?

I have already exported the old cert just incase

thanks
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no you can delete it don't worry about it, it will always be marked actinve for these services as long as it is on the server
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Awesome thanks
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you are welcome

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