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The received certificate has expired 80090328 - 25.Jul.2007 5:08:48 AM   
ckng

 

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When I go into Exchange System Manager, Administrative Groups > First Administrative Group > Folders > Public Folders. Right-click on Public Folders > New > Public Folder...

I get an error : "The received certificate has expired. ID no: 80090328 Exchange System Manager"

How to fix this error?

Thanks.

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ckng
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RE: The received certificate has expired 80090328 - 25.Jul.2007 5:21:52 AM   
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hi,
do you have any certificate security certificate on the default web site, if so that might be expired.
so either you can remove it or renew it

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RE: The received certificate has expired 80090328 - 25.Jul.2007 5:51:21 AM   
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How to remove the expired certificate?

Can I remove it and use a 3rd party certificate ?

Think of use a Free 3rd Party Certificate like this http://www.msexchange.org/tutorials/SSL-Enabling-OWA-2003-Using-Free-3rdParty-Certificate.html



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RE: The received certificate has expired 80090328 - 25.Jul.2007 8:55:31 AM   
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hi,

i don't have much time to look into my lab environment.
But i guess the link which you have provided you get some clue from removing it. Try it out.

If you are not able to complete the task let me know
i will check it out and will get back to you

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RE: The received certificate has expired 80090328 - 11.Feb.2014 8:00:22 AM   
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I know this is an old thread but I ran into this recently when trying to decommission Exchange 2003. And I know a lot of companies are in the decommissioning process of Exchange 2003 right now as the EOL deadline gets closer.

We had just migrated our mail to the Cloud, so I was pulling Exchange completely out of our environment. I ran into this and other errors when trying to expand the Public Folder Hierarchy in ESM. This is what I did to fix it.
http://supertekboy.com/2014/02/11/errors-accessing-the-public-folder-hierarchy-in-exchange-2003/

< Message edited by diggisaur -- 11.Feb.2014 8:01:23 AM >

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RE: The received certificate has expired 80090328 - 11.Feb.2014 5:39:06 PM   
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Kindly refer to the link mentioned below for the step by step procedure.
http://www.itquibbles.com/exchange-system-manager-public-folders-error-id-no-80090328-solution-1/

Else, refer to the link from Microsoft's trusted site.
http://support.microsoft.com/Default.aspx?id=324345

Hope this may solve your issue.

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