To secure multiple domains, you can either buy an individual SSL certificate or a Unified Communications Certificate (UCC). UCC is an SSL certificate that secures multiple domains.
What's the difference between a Unified Communications Certificate (UCC) and a Wildcard SSL?
Wildcard SSLs will protect a single domain and all of its subdomains (one-level only). For example, a wildcard on domain.com would protect mail.domain.com. A UCC SSL will protect a specific number of domains (anywhere from 3-200). For example, a UCC could cover domain.com, mail.domain.com, discover.mail.com (two level subdomain) and mydomain.com.
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