Can you benefit from UC Certificates?

February 14, 2014 | By Editor
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Looking to save money on SSL and use Microsoft Exchange? Unified Communications SSL Certificates or Exchange SSL were created specifically for the Microsoft Exchange and/or Microsoft Office Communication Server environments.Comodo is one of the Internet’s only providers of UC SSL Certificates. Trusted by over 99.9% of current browsers, UC SSL Certificates can be issued in minutes and are – among the highest available in the industry today.

Unlike standard or even Wildcard SSL Certificates, a single Exchange SSL Certificate can provide SSL secured communications on a number of different domains, both internal and external, reducing server security administration complexity, and cost. Exchange SSL Certificates also support the Microsoft Exchange Autodiscover service, a new capability for the Exchange platform which greatly eases client administration.

You can consolidate all of your certificates into a single UC Certificate if your organization uses an MS® Exchange 2010 or Office Communications Server environment.

UCC Certificates start from $235.00 per year and include 3 FQDN’s. For example, 1 UCC will cover , and Beyond these initial 3 domains, you can add up to 100 FQDN on the same certificate at just $35.00 per additional domain. Wildcard domains can be added to a UCC for a $399.00 surcharge per domain.

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