I am hoping to get a couple ideas regarding an issue we have come across.
Exchange 2007 server was setup and has a FQDN of servername.domain.local which is obviously a local domain name.
The server needs to be configured for TLS with the appropriate public facing FQDN.
I have generated a new self signed certificate for the public domain using the Exchange Management Console.
The problem is, if you change the FQDN from the local to the public on the receive connector 250 STARTTLS is disabled. If you Change it back to the local TLS is enabled, but the the SMTP banner no longer matches the public facing domain name.
I don't want to pick one out of the two, I would like both. How can I configure the FQDN on the receive connector to be the public facing domain name and still have TLS active?
Thank you for any assistance in this.