You can place the cert in the appropriate location, Run the below command
Import-ExchangeCertificate -FileData ([Byte]$(Get-Content -Path "C:\cert\Certfile.pfx" -Encoding byte -ReadCount 0)) |Enable-ExchangeCertificate -Services IIS, POP, IMAP
Note : You cannot do this via EAC ( Exchange Admin Center)
You got to configure Imap and pop using Set-Popsettings and Set-Imap Settings
as Wild Card cert doesn’t have a complete FQDN entry
To Configure IMAP and POP
Your tip is very good!
I have an Exchange 2013 with a valid certificate and will expire next month.
I have too a SSL certificate (public and private keys) and I convert to PFX format.
I use the PowerShell command to verify: “Import-ExchangeCertificate -FileData ([Byte]$(Get-Content -Path “C:\cert.pfx” -Encoding byte -ReadCount 0)) |Enable-ExchangeCertificate -Services SMTP, IIS, POP, IMAP”
The return was ok to my wildcard domain.
Can I use your tip to import my wildcard ssl certificate in PFX format?
Thanks a lot.
Yes it should work