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    GoDaddy SSL Orders?

    For those of you using GoDaddy for SSL certificates, how did you get your order to them? Seems like that's the cheapest way for us to get a recognised SSL cert after the ipsCA problems recently. Thing is we can only order via PO but the site seems to be all web \ credit card based?

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    i would stay well away if your a school. we have had great difficulty getting them to process our sertificate request. over 3 months and on the 10th atempt.

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    ipsCA are sorting there problems out, quick phone call to them sorted out the issues I was having. Once there CA cert are distributed to Firefox and Safari things will be up and running again. Though I do think they could of handled it better!

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    Sorry to hijack the post - but where do people order their SSL certs from?
    I've always paid on my credit card before... but obviously would be keen to avoid this!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pantscat View Post
    Sorry to hijack the post - but where do people order their SSL certs from?
    I've always paid on my credit card before... but obviously would be keen to avoid this!
    ours are all from verisign still trying to proccess one from godaddy

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    We use Godaddy and had no issues, the HT used his Paypal account to pay and the school reimbursed him

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    Can't do anything like that here, all has to be through suppliers

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    i use rapidssl, cheap and easy

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    I've orderd through godaddy and still getting them to manually verify it as they cannot verify our Whois due to it not being right (its weird it fails everytime for everyone!), did a webpage for them and uploaded it to the server and no thats not good enough as it forwards the blinking domain to our .org.uk address so still waiting them, no emails i've got to phone them each time its as bad as dealing with IPSCA who STILL have not responded to my ticket from 2 weeks ago!

    As for how I paid, it was on the college purchase card

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    Quote Originally Posted by RobFuller View Post
    ipsCA are sorting there problems out, quick phone call to them sorted out the issues I was having. Once there CA cert are distributed to Firefox and Safari things will be up and running again. Though I do think they could of handled it better!
    I am having problems with my IPSCA certficicate. I have imported there new CA onto my server but I keep getting that annoying warning when people go onto my secure page.

    Did you managed to get past this?

    Ross

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    I did it quite easily as instructed

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    Quote Originally Posted by irsprint84 View Post
    I did it quite easily as instructed
    I did it as instructed but still not playing game. https://exchange.ashtonpark.bristol.sch.uk/exchange have a look.

    Thanks,

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    Last edited by Rozzer; 13th January 2010 at 08:32 PM.

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    imported properly? re-enabled UM, SMTP etc?? I was going to say through powershell but notice you re on 2003

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    I would hope SMTP is still running and UM??

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    I mean re-enable exchange certificate, example:

    Import-ExchangeCertificate -path c:\mycert.cer | Enable-ExchangeCertificate -services IIS, POP, IMAP, UM, SMTP

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