MS Exchange Design
Contact us to discover the best way to enable S/MIME Support, Digital Signatures, and Email Encryption in your Exchange environment. Microsoft Exchange consumes PKI derived certificates (don’t be tempted to leave the self-signed certificates in place) for the: Hub Transport Server, the Client Access Server, the Edge Transport Server, the Mailbox Server and Unified Messaging.
If you are trying to decide on the best way to configure Load-Balancing: F5, Cisco, Citrix or Software Network Load Balancing (WNLB) with certificates, we can help. Alternatively, if you are working through problems with your Intelligent Firewall: ISA, TMG or UAG, configuring SSL Bridging can be very challenging, for example.
Making decisions about using wildcard certificates or using certificates with multiple SAN names is also a common headache.
Alternatively, if you want somebody to handle the complete transition from one of the legacy versions of Exchange: 5.5, 2003, 2007 or even 2010 to 2013 we have years of experience. Contact us for a quote.