Certificate problem in OWA over Exchange 2007

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Active Directory
Exchange 2003
Exchange 2007
Exchange Certificates
Outlook
Outlook Certificates
Outlook error messages
OWA
Recently I installed ms exchange server2007 on legacy ms exchange2003 with old Active directory. Our exchange server2007 should use within the organization only, not for external usage. The following error was displaying at the time accessing the OWA: “certificate error. Navigation blocked”

How can I resolve the problem without buying SSL certificate from third party?

Or can I create ‘http://’ instead of ‘https://’

(or) can I create our own certificate in the AD, How

Please advise me



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hello ,
you really dont have to chenge it with http
you really have to follow up the <a href=”http://www.exchangemaster.net/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=100&Itemid=57″>step here.</a>

thanks
any problem please email me at parwiz@moi.gov.af

<i>Editor’s Note: Great answer! I reformatted the URL so it’s clickable. Thanks! -Jenny</i>

Thanks very much wiki.

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