Exchange 2007 certificates and Outlook web access

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Exchange Certificates
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Microsoft Exchange 2007
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When i set up Exchange 2007 Enterprise edition i also deployed an edge server. i opened for web access so that users could log on to webmail. They all received that self signed certificate error  so i purchased a certificate through Thawte. This was "locked" to the name "webmail.domain.com". The servers internal name is EXCBACK.domain.bergen. Now all users can log on to webmail with no error message  All users in LAN that open Outlook now get error message instead.  So i create a new self signed certificate and set up exchange to use only thawte for IIS and self signed for SMTP. POP and IMAP. But for some reason the Outlook client is still pulling the Thawte. I know i can purchase a SAN certificate and solve it that way but are there no way i can use 2 certificates? One for web clients and one for those connected to LAN?

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Apparently your OWA roles and CAS roles are on the same server. I think if these two roles were on separate servers then you could do what you are suggesting with separate certificates. The SAN certificates are easy to use and implement. Consider reviewing the resources I mention in my blog posting <a href=”http://itknowledgeexchange.techtarget.com/it-trenches/certificates-who-do-you-trust/”>Certificates – who do YOU trust?</a>

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