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    Default Wildcard SSL Certificates?

    I have two mailstore machines, with a number of different DNS names pointing at them all either or I'd like to purchase a wildcard certificate for * and install it on both mailstores.. Does anyone see any issues with this idea?

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    Hello James, or

    In this case no wildcard can help you. Because wildcard ssl works only on same level sub domain name. If you purchase wildcard ssl for * then this * stands for same level domain name and you can secure sub domains lime, But it does not work for Because this requirement seems like subA.*

    There is no wildcard ssl can support * in mid-level. You can put the * on first place only.

    You can buy wildcard ssl for like : * OR *
    Last edited by Davis Joseph; 10-26-2012 at 04:09 AM.

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