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When I run activesnyc test I get the following error: Host name mail.hali88.org doesn't match any name found on the server certificate CN=HALISERV2. 0 Message Expert Comment by:rsilver242011-03-18 Comment Utility Which is your preferred Exchange Server administration add on? Reply Alan Hardisty, on August 10, 2011 at 8:36 pm said: Hi Jason, Is Activesync working at all or is it completely defunct? The response appears to have come from Unknown. http://bookread.org/exchange-2003/exchange-2003-activesync-settings.html

If you are using a handset connected to a desktop or laptop using desktop ActiveSync, then possible solutions to your error can be found in the Microsoft KB Article 912241. I increased it to 16 and giving that a try. I wish to use only one account on my iPad that will sync with Outlook (exchange). In terms of the SP2 issues - follow this guide first and you should be fine: http://exchangepedia.com/blog/2006/11/update-manually-removing-imf-v1.html The link is for IMF v1 - but the same process applies to v2.

Exchange 2003 Activesync Logs

so I dunno what could be wrong... –colemanm May 5 '10 at 21:51 1 Browse to yourdomain.com/OMA and see if you can login (try from a PC and your iPhone). It went pretty good, or so I thought, until the last step "Click Finish to complete the Wizard" that took a few minutes then it kicked me out and i cant Simon.Simon Butler, Exchange MVP. Reply Alan Hardisty, on October 5, 2011 at 1:15 pm said: What is your environment?

Reply Alberto Barajas, on April 9, 2011 at 12:42 am said: Hi I have tried everything you have posted in your blog, and nothing seems to work for me. Reply Alan Hardisty, on May 17, 2010 at 3:21 pm said: Very glad it helped you out and thanks for letting me know. From what I read online http 501/http 505 is an indication that active sync is working fine. Test Exchange Connectivity I have downloaded the SP2 for Exchange and installed.

If RDP fails after that - then that's a new one on me. Restart Activesync Service Exchange 2003 To check, right-click on the Default Web Site in IIS, choose Properties, click on the Directory Security Tab and then on the View Certificate Button. Just make sure you have strong passwords, force them to be changed regularly and you will minimise the chances of being attacked by a Brute Force attack (not necessarily via OWA). The IIS logs only tells me that a 500 internal server error is logged.

Outlook Mobile Access and Exchange ActiveSync are the mobile service components that are built into Exchange Server 2003. The issue ended up been related to the AV on the SBS2003 box . Should I remove this anyway? Please read my two blogs: http://alanhardisty.wordpress.com/2010/09/28/increase-in-frequency-of-security-alerts-on-servers-from-hackers-trying-brute-force-password-programs/ http://alanhardisty.wordpress.com/2010/12/01/increase-in-hacker-attempts-on-windows-exchange-servers-one-way-to-slow-them-down/ 0 Message Expert Comment by:BeerTime2011-05-01 Comment Utility Permalink(# c26152) Hi Alan, I am not getting a prompt on iPhone to accept SSL certificate,

  • Pre-SP1 installations of Exchange Server 2003 required that you install .NET Framework 1.1 Device Update 4.0.
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  • Reply bazzblog, on September 13, 2010 at 9:16 pm said: I purchased a certificate from the website you refer "exchange-certificates.com" but I am having trouble finding directions to install the SSL
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Restart Activesync Service Exchange 2003

I have a few forms installed on the 2003 box though. Glad you liked the article and thanks for using the certificate link. Exchange 2003 Activesync Logs Do I need to create Maxheartbeatinterval and minheartbeatinterval keys on back end exchange as well? Activesync Test Alan 0 Message Expert Comment by:narley2011-03-31 Comment Utility Permalink(# c25349) I just wish I had found your article earlier! :-) Thanks again. 0 Message Expert Comment by:ATC-SyTech2011-04-20 Comment Utility

In the Exchange Management Console under Server Configuration > Client Access, click Reset Virtual Directory on the right hand side, go down each one in turn and run the wizard. http://bookread.org/exchange-2003/exchange-2003-activesync-direct-push-not-working.html The cause was IIS default web-site port was set to 8080 to avoid conflict with port 80 used by web server of router for mgmt from web. It was working just fine until about 2 days ago. Thats where I am stuck ;-( Alan Hardisty, on September 13, 2010 at 9:30 pm said: If you created a Certificate Signing Request (CSR) via IIS, then you should have the Exchange Test

Related Links Microsoft Exchange 2003 Homepagehttp://www.microsoft.com/exchange See Also The Author — Marc Grote Marc Grote is an MCSA/MCSE Messaging & Security, MCSE Private Cloud and Server Virtualization, an MCTS/MCITP and a We are using a self signed certificate on a stand alone SBS 2003 box. Creating your account only takes a few minutes. have a peek here Thanks Alan 0 Message Active 3 days ago Expert Comment by:hocshocs2011-12-02 Comment Utility Permalink(# c33459) How do you recreate the exchange oma directory?

Thanks for taking the time to post a comment on my blog : ) I am glad that it went smoothly for you - and hope it continues that way. The Left Hand Side(LHS) and Right Hand Side(RHS) of the user's primary SMTP address are different from the default recipient policy SMTP address. (Applying Exchange 2003 Service Pack2 will fix this) Do you think it is still fixable ?

Additionally, it points the ExchangeVDir registry key to /exchange-oma during the initial installation.

So i undid all of the changes. We also just installed a wildcard ssl; [*.companyname.com] Any idea if this might be causing the problem? 0 LVL 76 Overall: Level 76 Exchange 65 Message Active 1 day Reply Janto, on February 12, 2011 at 1:51 am said: Hi Alan, Yesterday, I finally managed to get Exchange SBS 2003 mail on Ipad's client. Click Finish to complete the Wizard If you have Windows Mobile Phones, Activesync is much easier to get working with a purchased SSL certificate.

Is it safe to keep owa running with one server?? It was patched almost a month ago. 0 Mace OP Best Answer Jay6111 Feb 1, 2013 at 7:29 UTC For 2003, I usually refer to this page for Are the iPad's shared resources or do specific users have them? http://bookread.org/exchange-2003/exchange-2003-activesync-stopped-working.html However, when you go to the Mail app and select the Exchange email account, it just shows an "Inbox" folder with nothing in it.

So, in summary, you have reviewed and checked the settings in IIS to ensure that Activesync will work on your Exchange 2003 server, you have made sure that you have Exchange All seems to work fine on the lan but not from the web. What is up with that? Thanks Reply Alan Hardisty, on September 22, 2011 at 8:49 am said: Hi Brendon, Thanks for your comment.

SBS 2003 is designed to be managed by using the wizards, not treating it as a cheap way of getting the full product. Body is: HTTP/1.1 403 Forbidden " at the end of the test above. Privacy statement  © 2016 Microsoft. He is a freelance Consultant and IT Trainer in the north of Germany near Hanover.