Re: SSL Cert error when using Outlook 2007 with Exchange 2007

Well, that seems to have resolved that issue, and started a new one. I am no
longer getting prompted for the security warning, however I am now seeing the
following error under Sync Issues each time I log in:

Timestamp:Microsoft Exchange offline address book
Timestamp: Not downloading Offline Address book files. A Server (URL) could
not be located.
Timestamp: 0X8004010F


"Andy David {MVP}" wrote:

On Mon, 12 Jan 2009 11:15:01 -0800, Jeff
<Jeff@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:


I am receving an error on our Outlook 2007 clients when trying to connect to
an Exchange 2007 Server when first signing in. The clients are given an error

Information you exchange with this site cannot be viewed or changed by
others. However, there is a problem with the site's security certificate. The
security certificate is form a trusted certifying authority. The security
certificate date is valid. The name on the security certificate is invalid or
does not match the name of the site. Do you want to proceed?

If you hit yes, you are given the same error again. Hit yes again and you
are in. I know it has something to do with the fact that the SSL cert (for
OWA) is for the external FQDN and the clients are hitting in the internal
FQDN, just not sure what to do about it. Anyone know the answer?

Thanks in advance
"Warning message when you start Outlook 2007 and then connect to a
mailbox that is hosted on an Exchange 2007-based server: "The name of
the security certificate is invalid or does not match the name of the


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