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I'm new to Exchange and I'm having trouble configuring the certificates.

At the moment I have a ssl certificate for one domain (mail.mydomain.com). Do I need a seperate certificate for local domains (domain.local) for local client access?

I'm also getting errors for autodiscover.mydomain.com but I guess that's because we need a wildcard certificate or something.

Help, I'm really confused!!!

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You need a UC cert. They are designed for exchange. e.g. Digicert sells these. http://www.digicert.com/unified-communications-ssl-tls.htm

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Perfect, thank you. –  Steve McCall Aug 17 '10 at 13:18

See my answer here regarding UC certificates.

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