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Outlook anywhere - 16.Feb.2010 10:03:20 PM   
snakesboys

 

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Is it must buy a real doamin https certificate like on VeriSign and install on exchange 2007 to set the outlook anywahere (rpc over https)
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RE: Outlook anywhere - 17.Feb.2010 11:09:39 AM   
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IMHO, I think it depends on the number of users, the knowledge level of the users, and how much pain particular users can cause you.

If you have more than a handful of users, I would do a public cert. If there are mobile devices involved, I would do a public cert.

But I would not do Verisign. I would stick with DigiCert, GoDaddy, or Thawte.

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RE: Outlook anywhere - 17.Feb.2010 11:58:57 AM   
consumedsoul

 

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John,

Is there a particular reason you wouldn't go w/ Verisign? Just curious as I'm trying to decide on which cert company to go with as well.

Thanks!


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ORIGINAL: John Weber

IMHO, I think it depends on the number of users, the knowledge level of the users, and how much pain particular users can cause you.

If you have more than a handful of users, I would do a public cert. If there are mobile devices involved, I would do a public cert.

But I would not do Verisign. I would stick with DigiCert, GoDaddy, or Thawte.

(in reply to John Weber)
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RE: Outlook anywhere - 17.Feb.2010 12:44:17 PM   
John Weber

 

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Nothing past they charge more. And require some fancy-schmancy corporate account before they will give you a UCC cert.

Or, at least they did in the past. I have not used Verisign for those reasons in at least 3 years.

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RE: Outlook anywhere - 17.Feb.2010 3:18:55 PM   
consumedsoul

 

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Got it, thanks for the info John!


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ORIGINAL: John Weber

Nothing past they charge more. And require some fancy-schmancy corporate account before they will give you a UCC cert.

Or, at least they did in the past. I have not used Verisign for those reasons in at least 3 years.

(in reply to John Weber)
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