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    I have a client who has a Self-signed SSL certificate at present.

    They are migrating to office365, which needs a valid SSL to make the OA connection.

    Could I get away with just a standard SSL Certificate ? I know it's not the designed intent, but it seems like it's possible to do. This would be a (slightly) cheaper option.

    what about trial SSL certicicates? I can see these exist, but they are usually only SSL certificates and not UCC certs.

    any thoughts?
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    Re: non-UCC SSL for short term use only

    If the external DNS provider supports SRV records, then a single name SSL certificate will do the job. If you look around you can get them for US$10.

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      Re: non-UCC SSL for short term use only

      cool..thanks

      and that would be for an autodiscover _srv, correct?
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        Re: non-UCC SSL for short term use only

        Yes, because that is what Office355 wants to connect to.

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