Exchange 2003 Oma Not Working
I tried using the Microsoft tools. Thanks for taking the time to comment. SP2 does not require any additions. It had turned off the inherited permissions that I had set on Friday. this content
Exchange 2003 Activesync Logs
Figure 4: OMA user account settings Nokia WAP Gateway Simulator 4.0 To test the OMA functionality without a supported device you can use several WAP / OMA simulators like: Nokia Wap If there is one. 0 LVL 76 Overall: Level 76 Exchange 65 Message Active 1 day ago Author Comment by:Alan Hardisty2011-09-02 Comment Utility Permalink(# c31088) Not ever had to set Everybody complaints about ActiveSync issues. If you're ever in KY, the beer's on me. 0 Message Active 4 days ago Expert Comment by:GregMooreTech2012-11-28 Comment Utility Permalink(# c73594) I followed this guide and activesync tested fine
I'm obviously the black sheep here. Found it. IIS Manager> Default Website> Properties> Web Site Tab> IP Address Button. Test Exchange Connectivity For us now everything is back to normal.
Followed this article and the problem went away http://support.microsoft.com/kb/823166 0 Message Expert Comment by:wkragland2013-09-17 Comment Utility Permalink(# Home About Alan Hardisty's Blog - All Things IT Related Entries RSS Also make sure that you are not using any Host Headers on the Default Website because this can also break Activesync. If this event exists, please have a read of MS KB820379 - http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?kbid=820379 In a recent question on EE, I was advised that running the following command against the unmounted database Ofcourse i didnt make a backup of the Server before i started *DOH* SBS2003, with built in Exchange 2003 latest SP.
Yasu 0 LVL 76 Overall: Level 76 Exchange 65 Message Active 1 day ago Author Comment by:Alan Hardisty2011-11-16 Comment Utility Permalink(# c33221) Ouch! Webmail.domain.com 0 Message Expert Comment by:GStoner2012-05-02 Comment Utility Permalink(# c52193) IISRESET doesnt seem to help for long before the error reoccurs... 0 LVL 76 Overall: Level 76 Exchange 65 App should work and give you a result - the website can't work without SSL. Additional Details Exception details: Message: The operation has timed out Type: System.Net.WebException Stack trace: at System.Net.HttpWebRequest.GetResponse() at Microsoft.Exchange.Tools.ExRca.Tests.ActiveSync.ActiveSyncFolderSyncTest.PerformTestReally() If you have any suggestions it would be greatly appreciated.
- This will display whether you have SP2 installed or not.
- Glad it helped.
- You can configure an iPad with multiple Exchange accounts on them (Mail, contacts, calendar, tasks).
- We can't get either our iPhone's or droids to connect.
Restart Activesync Service Exchange 2003
The longer answer is that Autodiscover was only introduced in Exchange 2007 which is a 64-bit product, so if you only have Exchange 2003, then Autodiscover wasn't invented and you will Requirements In order to successfully implement OMA on your organization you need the following: Server installed with Windows Server 2003 + Exchange Server 2003 (both Std. Exchange 2003 Activesync Logs To resolve this (if you like things tidy), please open up Exchange System Manager, Global Settings, Mobile Services Properties, Device Security Button, Exceptions Button, then add your account to the exceptions Activesync Test If you cannot see the ASP.NET tab, you only have v 1.1 installed so do not worry.
If I reset the virtual directories will I be breaking anything? news Reply 2010 in review « Alan Hardisty's Blog - All Things IT Related, on January 5, 2011 at 10:17 pm said: […] Posts Exchange 2003 and Activesync Configuration and TroubleshootingActivesync Working I think its because I tried in the past to create a self signed one. When I hit that address on my iPhone, I first get a generic HTTP authentication prompt, then after entering my user/pass I see a blank page with "Unspecified error" on it... Exchange Test
I have also seen the 403 error resolved by running: eseutil /p eseutil /d and isinteg -s servername -fix -test alltests (at least twice) Check to see if Activesync is enabled Thanks Reply Alan Hardisty, on September 11, 2011 at 9:31 pm said: What are you using to test Activesync with? Exchange 2003 provides a new cool Feature called Outlook Mobile Access (OMA). http://tubemuse.com/exchange-2003/exchange-2003-ssl-owa-not-working.html If you make changes outside of the wizards then it will often break other things.
Verify that the Exchange mailbox Server is working correctly. (in reply to fubuki99) Post #: 6 RE: Activesync not working! - 22.Feb.2007 1:42:01 PM hernandmd Posts: 1 Joined: 22.Feb.2007 Please click on Start, Run and type IISRESET then press enter. Send / Recieve, OWA etc...Any help would be appreciated Thanks!
Thanks Alan Reply Rob Edelson, on November 16, 2011 at 10:46 am said: Thanks for the quick response.
Reply jorge tavares, on March 12, 2011 at 9:38 am said: Hi Alan, I must start with a big thank you. If you only have a handful of devices, then it won’t take long to do, but if you have dozens, a £30 1-Year SSL certificate is probably a very good investment. Much appreciated Reply Alan Hardisty, on November 30, 2011 at 10:26 am said: As they say - the "Devil is in the detail!" Glad it helped. Browse to the desktop and click on the Exchange.xml that you created above, then click on Read file, select Exchange from the 'Select a configuration to import' section and click on
In cases where your organization uses a Front-End/Back-End topology, you should allow access to the Front-End server(s). bazzblog, on September 13, 2010 at 10:22 pm said: thanks that worked. I just want to try and get activesycn working like normal and have had no luck. http://tubemuse.com/exchange-2003/exchange-2003-imf-not-working.html Pre-SP1 installations of Exchange Server 2003 required that you install .NET Framework 1.1 Device Update 4.0.
You can check this on your Exchange Server at http://www.canyouseeme.org and you should see ‘Success’ if the port is open and forwarded correctly.