Exchange Server SSL Certificates are also referred UCC (Unified Communications certificates) SSL which are distinctively invented for securing the Microsoft exchange and communications server by enforcing encryption. You can set up secure environment over the Exchange server 2007 or higher office communications servers. It supports OWA, SMTP, Autodiscover, ActiveSync, Outlook Anywhere and other domains depending on configurations that enable secure client access. Read More
Robust Security Solutions
As per Microsoft guideline, they recommended to use trusted third-party CA certified SSL to protect exchange server communications, it will drive error free experience to users and support outlook anywhere protocol where self-signed certificates are failed.
Reduce Cost & Administrator Hassle
UCC Exchange SSL certificate allows you to deploy security to your different domain names, so it is easy to manage a single certificate for your multiple websites which will reduce administrator hassle and save your money from multiple certificate management.
Unlimited Server Licenses
Our UCC SSL Certificates featured with multiple server licenses, so you can implement same certificate over the unlimited servers even if it is physical and/or virtual servers. Therefore, you don’t need to pay any extra charges to purchase additional server licenses.
Trusted Shop. Spend Less.
As a platinum partnership with Leading CAs, ClickSSL brings the right solution to secure MS Exchange Servers; hence we are offering discounted price Exchange SSL certificates which will equipped with same features as issued by certificate authorities.
Pick the right SSL at cheapest price
|Products||Warranty||Validation||Issuance||Offer Price||CA Price|
|Comodo UCC / Exchange SSL||$250,000||Domain||10 minutes||$90.00 /yr.||$235.00 /yr.||buy now|
|Comodo Positive Multi-Domain Wildcard SSL||$10,000||Domain||10 minutes||$150.00 /yr.||$319.00 /yr.||buy now|
|GeoTrust Multi-Domain SSL (UCC)||$1,250,000||Domain & Basic Organization||1-3 days||$224.70/yr.||$299.33/yr.||buy now|