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compros

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What is the workaround to test the sync from a windows mobile 5.x phone to a kerio server with out haveing a SSL?

then the next question is if I get an SSL and i have 10 unique domains do i need 10 SSL's or only one for the server itself?

or only an SSL fro the domains people want to sync with?

i have seen many posts with a link to help but the page is not found.

thanks for the help.

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You need one per fully qualfied domain.

so mail.mydomain.com and www.mydomain.com would need seperate certificates ( unless you get a wildcard one which is v expensive )

You can generate your own certificate and install it on the device.
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thank you for the responce is there a place i can read how to do the config and set up?
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OK I have a self signed cert. But am having a problem with getting the mobile 5.X device to download the .cer file. I entered https://domainname/server.cer and I get a 404 error. I checked and the .cer file is located in both the sslcert and the dbssl directory in the mail server directories. Do I need to move it anywhere else? thanks
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