SSL Certificates for Microsoft Exchange

DigiCert Exchange SSL Certificate

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DigiCert has partnered with Microsoft to provide SSL certificates for Microsoft Exchange Servers, making DigiCert highly proficient when it comes to Exchange Servers. 

DigiCert SSL Certificates is compatible with:

  • Microsoft Exchange 2013
  • Microsoft Exchange 2010
  • Microsoft Exchange 2007
  • Microsoft Exchange 2003

Choose the certificate that meets your needs. If you are uncertain which certificate to go for, please talk to us and we’ll gladly work out the best solution for you.

 

 SSL Plus Certificates

SSL Plus Certificate is an Organisation Validated (OV) certificate that secures a domain name. It is the primary certificate to have for https:// access 

Learn more about SSL Plus

 EV Certificates

Extended Validation (EV) Certificate secures a single domain name (similar to SSL  Plus) and boosts customer confidence with the green bar of assurance.

Learn more about EV Certificates

 Multi-Domain (SAN) Certificates

Multi-Domain (SAN) Certificate secures several domain names with one certificate. This certificate is proven to be more cost-effective than buying individual SSL certificates for companies with many domains and sub-domains. 

Learn more about Multi-Domain Certificates

ev multi domain EV Multi-Domain Certificates

EV Multi-Domain Certificates is an upgrade from UC Certificate, displaying the organization’s name of the certificate holder as a green bar of  assurance on browsers.

Learn more about EV Multi-Domain Certificates

 Wildcard SSL Certificates

Wildcard SSL Certificate allows you to secure a base domain such as www.example.com.sg and its corresponding sub-domains (mail.example.com.sg, shop.example.com.sg etc.)

Learn more about Wildcard Certificates

 

Important Notice: Internal Domain Names on Exchange

Recently, the CA/Browser Forum revised its rules on internal domains names for Exchange Servers. Certificate Authorities (CA) will not be able to issue certificates for internal names with expiration date after 1 November 2015.