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    Exchange ssl cert up for renewal.. who to use?

    Our SSL dert is up for renewal, and Verisign are quoting us nearly $1000 a year for just a single mail.blah cert..

    I use StartSSL for my cert at home, which is free, and looking around GoDaddy do a single cert for about $50 a year.. Who do you all use for your certificates?

    Im contempating getting a wildcard cert so I Can install it on the firewall and spam appliance to get rid of the ssl errors, does a wildcard work with exchange (2007 btw)?

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    GoDaddy we use here

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    Godaddy for all my SSL Needs I have my exchange 2010 cert from them (so that's a multi-name one) and a pair of single SSL certs from them as well and they are great to deal with

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    Quote Originally Posted by john View Post
    Godaddy for all my SSL Needs I have my exchange 2010 cert from them (so that's a multi-name one) and a pair of single SSL certs from them as well and they are great to deal with
    Rough pricing?

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    whats multiname needed for exchange?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RabbieBurns View Post
    whats multiname needed for exchange?
    2007 and 2010 need more than one name to access it using all its features. It uses autodiscover.domain, the actual servername.domain as a bare minimum, its rather well documented online. 2003 was fine without it.

    Prices - www.godaddy.com

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    We use: ipsCA

    Free for Education too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bodminman View Post
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    Free ones not suitable for Exchange 2007/2010 for the reasons John mentioned.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edu-IT View Post
    Free ones not suitable for Exchange 2007/2010 for the reasons John mentioned.
    I'd better check our cert then as when we presented them with the request for a multi domain cert it wasn't queried. It was generated and sent to us and all is working well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edu-IT View Post
    Free ones not suitable for Exchange 2007/2010 for the reasons John mentioned.
    Works ok with ours.

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    Quote Originally Posted by john View Post
    2007 and 2010 need more than one name to access it using all its features. It uses autodiscover.domain, the actual servername.domain as a bare minimum, its rather well documented online. 2003 was fine without it.

    Prices - Domain Names, Web Hosting and SSL Certificates - Go Daddy
    They're a damn sight cheaper than I'd been led to expect for SSL certificates - might actually be worth the £50 a year to know that I'm not training my users to ignore security certificate errors!

    I take it the cert you have is the middle option of theirs, Standard SSL Multiple Domain (UCC) cert? And that so long as it's bought for school.sch.uk I can use it for all my subdomains, for MIS access as well as webmail etc.?

    EDIT: http://www.sslshopper.com/article-ho...ange-2007.html seems to cover the subdomains that want adding in to the certificate for Exch2007

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    I use domainsandbeyond.com, similar pricing to godaddy and good to deal with. Got a UCC cert and was easy to get regenerated when i upgraded from 2007 to 2010.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stevenewman View Post
    Works ok with ours.
    Really? Hmm. When I tried to get a UCC it didn't work. Yours is UCC, right?

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