Outlook Web Access Certificate
Okay so here's the problem: We've set up exchange and got outlook web access and all that lovely stuff. We've made our own temporary certificate which of course makes IE scream 'ITS DANGEROUS JIM, DONT CLICK IT'. Of course, everyone must accept the certificate in order to get into their mail.
Well, I've been tasked in getting a genuine certificate for the server to shut up this message, except I'm not entirely sure of:
a) What certificate to get *exactly*
b) How to go about installing it (although this is not the big kicker).
Here's our incredibly fubar setup:
Our Internal Mail Server uses a smart host at SWGfL for delivery.
Our outfacing website (.org) REDIRECTS to a subdomain of our SWGfL website (.sch.uk) which is bound to the IP of our OWA webserver.
Our email addresses all use the domain name of the outfacing website.
RIGHT! So what certificate must we install onto our mail server in order to have it all work from our .org site?
Do I use the domain name of the .org, or the .sch.uk or something else?
Many thanks in advance.