I've wasted too much time in the past looking this information up and still have to dig around for the right command. I don't imagine I'm the only one, so here's what I've gathered together...
When manipulating the certificates at the command line (this article assumes you're running all your commands within an Exchange Management Shell), it's helpful to look up the Thumbprints for the available certificates.
Get-ExchangeCertificate will display those certificates available for use in the local certificate store and to what services they are currently assigned.
Copy the thumbprint string of the certificate you wish to use and paste it into the following command...
Enable-ExchangeCertificate -Thumbprint 9E101F27C9B07BEE021ECB88ED6B78DD17F6E702-Services IIS, Pop, Imap, Smtp assigns the certificate to all the available services. Mix and match as you need.
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