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To enable secure client access from the Internet to Microsoft Exchange Server, Microsoft works with public X.509 certification authorities (CAs) to make sure that you can obtain the certificates that you require to use the Domain Security feature.
Microsoft also works with CAs to make sure that you can get the certificates that you require to use Microsoft Lync Server.
Many public certification authorities have created Exchange-specific websites that provide relevant documentation about their services. The documentation that is provided includes steps to complete the following tasks:
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Note If you are a public X.509 certification authority who wants to be added to this list, or if you are an Exchange customers who wants to provide feedback about the documentation that is provided on the X.509 certification authority websites, you can contact Microsoft at the following email address:
firstname.lastname@example.orgFor more information about the SAN attribute and certificates, go to the following Microsoft Exchange Team Blog websites:
Obtaining Unified Communications certificates for Microsoft Exchange ServerFor more information about how to use the Exchange Management Shell to create a certificate request file that contains a certificate request in PKCS#10 format, go to the following Microsoft TechNet websites:
How to obtain Unified Communications certificates for Lync Server
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/gg398664.aspxThe third-party products that this article discusses are manufactured by companies that are independent of Microsoft. Microsoft makes no warranty, implied or otherwise, about the performance or reliability of these products.
Article ID: 929395 - Last Review: September 3, 2013 - Revision: 14.0
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