Applies to: Exchange Server 2010 SP3, Exchange Server 2010 SP2

In Exchange 2010, digital certificates are used for authentication and encryption of the following:

  • SMTP traffic (using Transport Layer Security) between transport servers

  • HTTP traffic (using Secure Sockets Layer) for client access methods such as Outlook Web App , Outlook Anywhere, Exchange ActiveSync, and Exchange Web Services

  • HTTP traffic for federation

The following topics explain how to use certificates:

Create a New Exchange Certificate

Import an Exchange Certificate

Assign Services to a Certificate

View Exchange Certificate Properties

Export an Exchange Certificate

Renew an Exchange Certificate

Additionally, the following topics explain how certificates are used for different services.

Understanding SSL for Outlook Anywhere

Understanding Redirection for Outlook Anywhere with a Single SSL Certificate

Configuring SSL and Exchange ActiveSync

Managing SSL for a Client Access Server

Configure SSL for Exchange ActiveSync

Configure SSL for Outlook Anywhere

Configuring TLS and SSL for POP3 and IMAP4 Access

Configure Outlook Web App Virtual Directories to Use SSL

Understanding TLS Certificates

Securing Unified Messaging Network Traffic

Understanding Federation

Trusted Root Certification Authorities for Federation Trusts

Certificate Cmdlets







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