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Free SSL Certificates for OWA, ActiveSync, RPC HTTPS & ... - 5.Dec.2007 10:04:38 AM   
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http://cert.startcom.org/

Why pay when it free - Startcom's CA is starting to appear within most browsers....and you can help it along get bigger and better...



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RE: Free SSL Certificates for OWA, ActiveSync, RPC HTTP... - 5.Dec.2007 10:12:15 AM   
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Hiya Rishi. good tip, not being overly familiar with them myself - but what is their mobile device support like?

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RE: Free SSL Certificates for OWA, ActiveSync, RPC HTTP... - 5.Dec.2007 10:42:44 AM   
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Not the best (http://cert.startcom.org/?lang=en&app=140)

But they make importing their CA so easy. You can easy trust their CA by simply going to tthe correct part of the site and downloading the Public CA Key.

Hence you can provide a simple link to any user to download the cert before they configure ActiveSync.

The other way i do it is to drop the cert on one of my devices, get all the confirg right and than ghost the image and drop the image back on multiple devices (as long as the devices are the same that it).

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RE: Free SSL Certificates for OWA, ActiveSync, RPC HTTP... - 1.Jan.2008 3:04:02 AM   
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Great news. Rishi,does that mean i could use the same certificate onto my Smart Card and access OWA through Firefox from a remote machine? This would solve my prob of setting up a CA and issue certificates to various users. Blocked with it currently.

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RE: Free SSL Certificates for OWA, ActiveSync, RPC HTTP... - 23.Apr.2008 7:09:39 AM   
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I like http://www.cacert.org

this is good site for free certificates..I have used this certificate in our office network..good site to start with.

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RE: Free SSL Certificates for OWA, ActiveSync, RPC HTTP... - 12.Dec.2012 10:38:07 AM   
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http://theexchangelab.blogspot.com/

Check it on how to get a free SSL cert that works with Outlook Anywhere and OWA

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