I am trying to integrate CUPS 8.5 with Exchange 2010 to share calendar information. This requires SSL.
The VeriSign certificate that my customer has provided uses Subject Alternative Names - see link below:
The main certificate name is www.company.co.uk. It contains the following as Subject Alternative Names:
CUPS needs to use the mail.company.co.uk name.
I have two questions.
1. Should CUPS work with this type of certificate or will it need one with mail.company.co.uk as the main name?
2. Where can I find logs for troubleshooting CUPS connections?
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1. If I remember it right, CUPS doesn't work with SAN. That might have been changed on 8.5 though.
2. You may take a look at PE logs and filter out the 'owa' entries.
James - I came across the exact same issue at a client site... TAC said that CUPS does NOT support any SAN in the server certificate...
They said that the support will be there in a future release...
Did you receive the same response from TAC?
I have not actually got around to raising a TAC case yet as I have been off work.
Thanks for updating the thread with your findings - did TAC give any indication which new release will have SAN support?
I am running CUPS 8.6.3 and the SAN certificate are still not supported but...Even that I have a
"SubjectCN Mismatch" on the Exchange Presence Gateway the access to the calendar is working.
I have also found that it will be supported in 8.6.4 (date ??) in the CUPS Integration Guide for Exchange
Thank you very much for updating this thread. I will try applying the upgrade to 8.6.4 when it becomes available.