SSL Certificate

So does anyone know of a cheap place to get a signed ssl certificate that will register in browsers? Looking at verisign and thawte its like 300+$ usd

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GoDaddy, perhaps?

I get mine from Servertastic costs AU$32 for a basic SSL certificate, which was automatically trusted by IE7 and Firefox 2.0 for my webmail, and Outlook 2003 for my IMAPS.

So on the note of ssl, i was doing some thinking.. A lot of people alias domains to the master one for mail. Ie points to the actuall server

If i put a certificate on for am i going to break clients that try to connect to or is there something else in the amil rfc that makes it work differently?


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