Best method for creating Exchange 2007 certificates

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Exchange Certificates
Microsoft Exchange 2007
Microsoft Windows Server 2003
I have exchange 2007; My internal domain is abc.local and my external domain is abc.com, I would like to use WIndows 2003 Server Certificate authority. I would like to know the best method of creating exchange certificate so that the Internal users and Out side users can access it from MS Outlook, Pop3, Owa without any problems.

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Exchange 2007, windows server 2003

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Here’s a blog entry on some certificate considerations Certificates – who do YOU trust?

If you implement an internal CA to create/manage certificates, your users will get SSL certificate errors on computers that are not members of the domain. This is because the trust path is not “trusted” by computers outside of your organization. So, for OWA a trusted third party certificate is recommended, especially if you plan on synching mobile phones or anything with Exchange.

See this similar question and answers and maybe it will help you with this activity. Let us know if you need further assistance.

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