GEOTRUST RapidSSL installation instructions (various server types)

Install the X.509 version of your certificate included at the end of this e-mail.
For installation instructions for your SSL Certificate, go to: INTERMEDIATE CERTIFICATE ADVISORY:
You MUST install the RapidSSL intermediate Certificate included at end of this e-mail on your server together with your Certificate or it may not operate correctly
You can also get your RapidSSL intermediate Certificates at: CHECK INSTALLATION:
Ensure you have installed your certificate correctly at: INSTALL THE RAPIDSSL TRUE SITE SEAL:
Additionally, as part of your SSL Certificate Service, you are entitled to display the RapidSSL True Site Seal - recognized across the Internet and around the world as a symbol of authenticity, security, and trust - to build consumer confidence in your Web site.
Installation instructions for the RapidSSL True Site Seal can be found on the following link: the RapidSSL Support Web site, where you will find a range of support tools to help you: regards,
RapidSSL Customer Support of Operation: Mon - Fri 09:00 - 17:00 (EST)
Email: orderprocessing@rapidssl.comLive Chat:** MICROSOFT IIS and TOMCAT USERS
Microsoft and Tomcat users are advised to download a PKCS #7 formatted certificate from the RapidSSL User Portal: PKCS #7 is the default format used by these vendors during installation and includes the intermediate CA certificate, you may also install the below web server certificate and intermediate CA certificate individually.

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