Active-Sync iPhone issues24 Sep 2009
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Some recent iPhone issues solved
Exchange Calendar Not Syncing To IPhone 3G 2.1
email and contacts are working fine. calendar events entered on the iphone show up on the exchange, but events entered on exchange (through owa or outlook) do not appear on the iphone
Unable to access mail
email access is denied because the user name or password are incorrect. I’ve posted this question earlier, but responses did not apply. I’ve tried changing the password, but that doesn’t work either. Is there a way to retrieve a password if I’m using the wrong one?
I just purchased a new 3G two weeks ago. I entered my two pop email accounts and my one yahoo account. They will work fine for about 2 or 3 days. Then they will not connect. The little connecting wheel just spins indefinitely.All three accounts always stop at the same time. In order to correct it, I haveto delete all three accounts and reset the network settings. Then they work fine….for another 2 or 3 days. I cannot sync my phone with our Exchange 2003 server. I am able to set up the account and receive verification on the account. As I attempt to sync, I receive the message “connection to the server failed.” I have valid certificates from verisign on the server and I assume the iphone came with similar certificates. I can receive emails via an imap account, however, I want to be able to utilize the features of Exchange. We also have an Ironport (antispam, etc.) system on the network and I am not sure if this has something to do with it. I have seen a number of similiar questions, but could not see where anyone else had been successful in resolving. Please assist if possible.
I have a new iphone. I’m trying to connect it to an Microsoft Small Business Server 2003. It will not connect. I get the same errors as other with the “configured sync for null”.
I am trying to setup my microsoft exchange server. My company does not use port 443 for microsoft emails. We use a different port. Has anyone setup their outlook on a different port? Did it work? and please provide me steps to try to get mine setup.
The Iphone No statements:
- Many Iphone Blog posts on the Apple Support site suggest the problem is with the certificate, answer is NO.
- Many suggest Windows 2003 Exchange Server does not support IPHONE / Iphone 3G, again, the answer is NO.
- Many suggest loading a SSL certificate on the IPHONE 3G, again, answer is no
- More suggest upgrading to the latest IPHONE firmware from Apple’s site, again nope
- Several suggest purchasing a Godaddy SSL certificate, NOPE — Just a waste of more money.
- Finally, suggestions of resetting the IPHONE to factory defaults, again nope.
- Forget purchasing an Expert Exchange account – even though there are hundreds of people reading the site, few can even figure out every scenario.
The Iphone YES statements:
- Your Microsoft 2003 Exchange Server requires Exchange 2003 Service Pack 2
- Sonice / Cisco Router needs to forward Port 443 (SSL) to your Microsoft Exchange Server
- OMA needs to work
- Microsoft-Exchange-Server-ActiveSync needs to work
- IIS Exchange needs to work
- Outlook Mobile Access needs to be published and working
- Your default web site needs to be listening on all adapters
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- Brisbane, Queensland, Australia – iphone to Microsoft exchange certificate problem
- Sydney, New South Wales, Australia – iphone connection to the server failed
- Southampton, United Kingdom – microsoft Windows exchange iphone sync null
- Auckland, New Zealand – oma iphone exchange server
- Bangalore, Karnataka, India – how to setup an microsoft 2003 exchange server for iphone
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