Exchange 2007 SSL Certificate Guide

Exchange 2007 SSL Security Certificates





Will DigiCert Be Compatible With All My Clients & Mobile Devices?

DigiCert SSL certificates offer 99.9% browser compatibility, and work with all major mail clients, server platforms, and mobile device operating systems (including Palms, Blackberries, and iPhones).

For more information on specific clients you may have questions with, you can consult our SSL compatibility page.

Popular Exchange SSL Certificates

The two most popular Exchange 2007 SSL certificates are UC Certificates and Wildcards. The certificate you require depends on the way you will be implementing SSL on your server.

UC Certificates (Unified Communications Certificates) were developed specifically to deal with the needs of an Exchange 2007 SSL environment, and are by far the most popular choice for Exchange SSL.

UC certificates allow both internal server names and multiple external domain names on one SSL certificate. 

Wildcard SSL Certificates can also be used for Exchange 2007 SSL. Wildcards should be used when all the names that you will use to connect to your Exchange server are subdomains of one primary domain (e.g.,,, etc).

Wildcards can be used across multiple servers at no extra cost, & frequently save our customers from needing to buy a certificate specifically for their Exchange 2007 server.

Why Should I Get My Exchange SSL Certificate From DigiCert?

DigiCert is currently one of only three certificate authorities recommended by Microsoft for providing Exchange 2007 SSL certificates.

Our pricing is competitive and we offer unbeatable value, including unlimited reissues and free duplicate certificates (for UC and Wildcard certificates) at no extra cost.

Working with Exchange 2007’s SSL needs can be intimidating. DigiCert’s practical online tools and experienced support staff are here to help. See the links below, or contact us with questions any time by phone, online chat, or email.