Comodo's UCC certificate is a very affordable certificate primarily meant to secure Microsoft Exchange servers and similar software, though it is a fully-fledged SAN certificate that can be used in other ways. It comes with three secured domain names included by default, and secures up to 100.
Kinamo’s review of this SSL certificate:
The UCC in the certificate's name stands for Unified Communications, indicating that Comodo targets mail servers primarily with this certificate, though it can be used for other ends. Extra SAN's are inexpensive, and that may make this certificate worthwhile if you wish to secure many different domain names. If your sole aim is to secure a single Exchange server, you're probably cheaper and better of with one of the GlobalSign certificates offering free mail subdomains.
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Organisation details on certificate
Kinamo Cloud SSL compatible
Free mail, owa & autodiscover subdomains
Non-www domain secured for free
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Warranty is the amount paid out by the certificate authority to a customer, should he take a financial loss due to a wrongly issued certificate. Unified Communications SSL carries a 10.000 $ warranty.
The Unified Communications SSL certificate allows you to secure several different fully-qualified domain names with a single certificate.
Comodo not only checks domain ownership, but also your organisation. Your company details are embedded in the Unified Communications SSL certificate, increasing the trust of your visitors.
Static Site Seal
A Static Site Seal is an image that serves as a visual proof that your website is secure. Site Seals increase visitor trust and drive sales conversions.
Unlimited server licenses
This certificate can be installed on an unlimited number of servers, allowing you to install it on load balancers, or on several independent websites, if you choose a wildcard or SAN certificate.