Exchange 2010 SSL Security Certificate
Why Should I Use DigiCert for Exchange 2010 SSL?
DigiCert is one of only three certificate authorities (CA's) that Microsoft recommends to provide Multi-Domain (SAN) SSL Certificates, the most commonly used SSL Certificates for Exchange 2010.
We offer competitive pricing and unbeatable value, free reissues and duplicate certificates for the lifetime of your certificate (for Multi-Domain (SAN) and Wildcard SSL certificates), and an easy to use SSL certificate manager.
In addition, our support staff is experienced and ready to help you with the needs of an Exchange 2010 SSL configuration.
Get Multi-Domain (SAN) SSL Certificates for just $269/yearSee Pricing
Is DigiCert Compatible With All My Clients & Mobile Devices?
DigiCert SSL certificates are compatible with all major browsers, mail clients, server types, and mobile device operating systems.
What Kind of Certificate Should I Use with Exchange 2010 SSL?
The most popular Exchange 2010 SSL setups are done using Multi-Domain (SAN) Certificates and Wildcards. Which certificate you should use depends on how you plan on implementing SSL within your organization.
Multi-Domain (SAN) Certificates were developed to seamlessly deal with the needs of an Exchange 2010 SSL environment, and are by far the most popular Exchange SSL certificates.
Multi-Domain (SAN) Certificates allow multiple domain names (internal and external) on one SSL certificate. For help determining what names to include on your certificate, see our Multi-Domain SAN name help tool.
|2 Years||$539||4 names, additionals $79 each||(Save 10%)||Buy Now|
|1 Year||$299||4 names, additionals $49 each||Buy Now|
CSR creation and certificate installation have been dramatically simplified in Exchange 2010 SSL configurations, and our online tools are here to help. For a video guide to creating your CSR or installing your certificate using the new graphic SSL management wizard, see our Exchange 2010 CSR Creation and SSL installation guides.
To generate your CSR using the Exchange Powershell, use our Exchange 2010 CSR creation tool.