Exchange Server Certificates

Build Website trust on Microsoft Exchange Server Environment & secure up to 250 domains under one SSL.

Exchange SSL Certificates

Exchange SSL Certificates

Secure Your Exchange Communications with the Power of Exchange SSL Certificates

Exchange Server SSL Certificate is the most reliable digital certificate to secure internal and external communications taking place through Microsoft Exchange Server. It allows to secure multiple domains under one SSL certificate and provides 256-bit SHA encryption to secure the communications between browser and server. In addition, it’s available at all three validation levels, enabling to select the security strength according to unique business requirements.

Whether its Microsoft Exchange Server 2003, 2007, 2010, 2013, 2016 or 2019 you can configure it on any server without complications and errors. Moreover, you get the unlimited server license, leveraging to enable HTTPS on multiple primary, secondary and backup exchange servers simultaneously.

Exchange SSL Certificates

COMODO Domain Validated (DV) UCC SSL

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  • Main Domain + 2 FREE SANs
  • Unlimited Server License
  • Add/Remove Up to 247 SANs
  • Unlimited Reissuance
  • Issuance in 10 Minutes
  • Fast Validation


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  • Main Domain + 2 FREE SANs
  • 256-bit Encryption
  • Unlimited Reissuance
  • Supported by MS Exchange
  • Issuance in 1-3 Days
  • Add/Remove Up to 247 SANs

COMODO UCC Wildcard Certificate

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  • Organization Validation
  • 1 Standard SAN + 1 Wildcard SAN
  • Add/Remove Up to 247 SANs
  • $250,000 Warranty
  • Free Re-issuance
  • Main Domain + 2 FREE SANs

SECTIGO UCC Wildcard Certificate

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  • Main Domain + 2 FREE SANs
  • $1,000,000 warranty
  • Encrypt Up to 247 SANs
  • Install on Multiple Servers
  • 2048-bit RSA Signature Key
  • 1 Standard SAN + 1 Wildcard SAN

Exchange SSL Certificate Features

  • Encryption level of strong SHA-256 Bit
  • Domain Validation/Organization Validation
  • Issuance from 1 to 3 Business Days
  • Business Name within SSL (for OV SSL)
  • Free Site Seal
  • Multiple domains configured using Exchange Server
  • Unlimited Server License
  • RSA key length of 2048-bit
  • 24x7 Support
  • Unlimited Reissuance
  • 30 Days Moneyback Guarantee
  • $250,000 Warranty by Certificate Authority

Exchange Server SSL Certificate Benefits

Highly Economical in PriceHighly Economical in Price

Once you purchase an Exchange Server SSL certificate, you save additional cost of buying multiple other SSL certificates to secure different domains and exchange servers of different versions. You can install it on multiple servers at once and for both WWW and non-WWW domains and enable HTTPS on them for secure data transactions.

Reduces Time & EffortsReduces Time & Efforts

Starting from the validation procedure, it aids in saving time, as you only need to undergo vetting process only once for all your domain names. Besides the default three domains, if you want to secure more, then you can effortlessly purchase and add SAN certificate under it, which reduces the configuration time and eliminates repeatable tasks.

Multiple Trust IndicatorsMultiple Trust Indicators

With every exchange server certificate, CA provides various trust indicators to display on the web portal, which includes a site seal, padlock icon and HTTPS in URL. You can display site seal in the header to tell visitors that your site uses a valid SSL and their data is safely getting transmitted between server and the browser.

Multi-Domain SecurityMulti-Domain Security

It offers protection up to 250 different domains under it. By default, only three domains get the leverage of encrypted communication channels, but you can add more by availing SAN certificates at highly cheap price. And through a single certificate, you will get the benefit of safeguarding 250 non-WWW and WWW domains.

No Warning MessagesNo Warning Messages

Once you install this SSL certificate, your website visitors won’t encounter any warnings, as it’s compatible with all significant desktop and mobile web browsers. In addition, you can install it on any Microsoft exchange server, including 2003, 2007, 2010, 2013, 2016 and 2019 version. As a result, retention and conversion rate will increase.

Warranty from Certificate AuthorityWarranty from Certificate Authority

The certificate authority directly provides the warranty amount to you if an attacker performs malicious activities and you or your customers face monetary/data loss. Although, you must provide appropriate reports and proves, showcasing that exploitation gets happened due to vulnerabilities in the SSL certificate.

Browsers Compatibility (Both Desktop and Mobile)

Google Chrome

Google Chrome

Mozilla Firefox

Mozilla Firefox

Microsoft Edge and Internet Explorer

Microsoft Edge & IE







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Frequently Asked Questions

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What is an Exchange SSL Certificate?

An Exchange SSL certificate is for enabling HTTPS-enabled communications over the Microsoft Exchange Server in an affordable pricing, you can install it on the MS exchange server as well as other web servers to create an encrypted communication channel and maintain data integrity. Additionally, It is also referred as SAN (Subject Alternative Name) SSL or UCC (Unified Communication Certificate) SSL certificate, as comes with the environment in securing multiple domains.

How to install an SSL Certificate on Exchange Server on IIS?

Follow these steps to install an SSL certificate on Exchange Server:

  • Export the SSL certificate along with its private key in a PFX format.
  • Open Exchange Management Console (EMC) and navigate to the server configuration.
  • Right-click the server name and select 'Properties.'
  • Select the 'Security' tab and click the 'Add' button.
  • Browse to the location where you exported the PFX file and select it.
  • Enter the password for the PFX file.
  • Select the SSL certificate you just imported and click 'OK' to close the Properties window.
  • Assign the newly installed SSL certificate to the services that you want to secure. For example, you can assign it to the default website, Outlook Web App, or Exchange Control Panel.
  • Restart the IIS Server.

Does Exchange Server need an SSL Certificate?

Yes, Exchange server needs an SSL certificate to encrypt the transmission channels for secure data transfer. Without an SSL certificate, the possibility of impersonation and data breach increases. Therefore, SSL certificate is must for such servers.

What type of certificate do I need for Exchange Server?

For exchange server, you need an Exchange Server SSL certificate. Further, you need to clarify the validation type according to your requisites, as it comes at Domain Validated, Organization Validated and Extended Validated levels.

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