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Hi, Just realized the self-signed cert is about to expire within a week. Is there any way I can renew my self-signed cert without removing the existing one and losing any uptime of Exchange 2k3? I have an internal CA, but just not sure the exact procedure on how I can renew the cert. Any advice is...
Are there any specific settings I need to enable on Mac OS X clients or the Exchange server to allow Microsoft Entourage 2004 to connect to Exchange Server? I have not purchased a trusted certificate for the server yet. Do I need to? If so, which trusted certificate do you recommend?