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How to do Certificates on MultiDomain Exchange with Least Cost

How to do Certificates on MultiDomain Exchange with Least Cost

How to do Certificates on MultiDomain Exchange with Least Cost

I'm hosting a bunch of domains on our Exchange 2016 mail server and was wondering how this can be done most efficiently in terms of costs and management.

Am I correct in thinking that each domain needs a cert for:

and again for domain2.com and domain3.com and on and on?

Can some of the certs be wildcards and some be ucc-multi-san? My experience has been best with ucc-multi-san certs, but costs are getting out of control. Exchange acts as though it doesn't like wildcard certs. I may be doing something wrong and need some advice.

Thanks, Stanley

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