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  • Exchange 2010 Sp2 Outlookanywhere and Autodiscover Multiple SSL

    Everyone knows that Exchange sp2 new features is Address Book Policies where you can segregate users Global List.

    I"m trying to set up a lab where i have multiple companies using different email addresses with their own Address Book (Hosted Exchange)

    I want to enable outlookanywhere and their own OWA url. I purchased UCC SSL certificates for the domains that i will host, but i can't assign mutiple SSL certificates to archive this.

    Anyone can point me the right direction to archive this?


    Here is what I exactly want.

    User from Companya.com

    I want them to type mail.companya.com/owa
    I want them to connect using outlookanywhere to mail.companya.com
    I want their phones to autodiscover to mail.companya.com
    I want them to have their own Address Book

    Users from Comapanyb.com

    I want them to type mail.companyb.com/owa
    I want them to connect using outlookanywhere to mail.companyb.com
    I want their phones to autodiscover to mail.companyb.com
    I want them to have their own Address Book

    I already figure out the Address Book part and it works perfectly...

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    Re: Exchange 2010 Sp2 Outlookanywhere and Autodiscover Multiple SSL

    That is not the usual way that hosted platforms work.
    What most hosted platforms will do is have a generic URL that covers all users. Anything else is going to be a waste of IP addresses and SSL certificates. You need an IP address for each host name, and that will get wasteful very quickly.

    Register a generic name and use that instead.

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