Activesync and exchange 2003

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Tom Eirik Jensen

Hi!

I am using ISA server, exchange2003 and two domaincontrollers. One of them

is a CA. I have installed certificates to ISA and exchange for using outlook

webaccess. I am also using VPN with certs, and all is working fine.

Now I am trying to use activesync with my HTC Cruise Touch 2 with WM6.1.

Getting an error that

says my exchange server certificate is not valid. I have tryed to install

rootcertificate from my ca but no luck.

Are there some trick here? And which certificate, from what should I use?
 
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Lanwench [MVP - Exchange]

Tom Eirik Jensen <tom.eirik.jensen@skjervoy.kommune.no> wrote:
> Hi!
> I am using ISA server, exchange2003 and two domaincontrollers. One of
> them is a CA. I have installed certificates to ISA and exchange for
> using outlook webaccess. I am also using VPN with certs, and all is
> working fine.
> Now I am trying to use activesync with my HTC Cruise Touch 2 with
> WM6.1. Getting an error that
> says my exchange server certificate is not valid. I have tryed to
> install rootcertificate from my ca but no luck.

> Are there some trick here? And which certificate, from what should I
> use?


I'm not an ISA person, but you should be using the Exchange one, I believe.

However, I suggest you buy & install trusted certs. They're inexpensive

enough now and you don't have to jump through hoops on WM devices to make

this work.
 
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Tom Eirik Jensen

Thanks for answer, I ordered a trial cert from Verisign. They had a good

website that explain everything.

Activesync worked fine after I installed cert.

Now I am going to bye a cert.

"Lanwench [MVP - Exchange]"

<lanwench@heybuddy.donotsendme.unsolicitedmailatyahoo.com> skrev i melding

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> Tom Eirik Jensen <tom.eirik.jensen@skjervoy.kommune.no> wrote:
> > Hi!
> > I am using ISA server, exchange2003 and two domaincontrollers. One of
> > them is a CA. I have installed certificates to ISA and exchange for
> > using outlook webaccess. I am also using VPN with certs, and all is
> > working fine.
> > Now I am trying to use activesync with my HTC Cruise Touch 2 with
> > WM6.1. Getting an error that
> > says my exchange server certificate is not valid. I have tryed to
> > install rootcertificate from my ca but no luck.
>

>> Are there some trick here? And which certificate, from what should I
> > use?


> I'm not an ISA person, but you should be using the Exchange one, I
> believe. However, I suggest you buy & install trusted certs. They're
> inexpensive enough now and you don't have to jump through hoops on WM
> devices to make this work.
>
 
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Lanwench [MVP - Exchange]

Tom Eirik Jensen <tom.eirik.jensen@skjervoy.kommune.no> wrote:
> Thanks for answer, I ordered a trial cert from Verisign. They had a
> good website that explain everything.
> Activesync worked fine after I installed cert.
> Now I am going to bye a cert.


Cool. Don't waste your money on Verisign, though. Get a cheapo GoDaddy

one - $29/yr.

> "Lanwench [MVP - Exchange]"
> <lanwench@heybuddy.donotsendme.unsolicitedmailatyahoo.com> skrev i
> melding news:%237a26XBxJHA.5100@TK2MSFTNGP04.phx.gbl...
> > Tom Eirik Jensen <tom.eirik.jensen@skjervoy.kommune.no> wrote:
> >> Hi!
> >> I am using ISA server, exchange2003 and two domaincontrollers. One
> >> of them is a CA. I have installed certificates to ISA and exchange
> >> for using outlook webaccess. I am also using VPN with certs, and
> >> all is working fine.
> >> Now I am trying to use activesync with my HTC Cruise Touch 2 with
> >> WM6.1. Getting an error that
> >> says my exchange server certificate is not valid. I have tryed to
> >> install rootcertificate from my ca but no luck.
> >
>>> Are there some trick here? And which certificate, from what should I
> >> use?

>

>> I'm not an ISA person, but you should be using the Exchange one, I
> > believe. However, I suggest you buy & install trusted certs. They're
> > inexpensive enough now and you don't have to jump through hoops on WM
> > devices to make this work.
 
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Tom-Eirik Jensen

Thanks for advise...

"Lanwench [MVP - Exchange]"

<lanwench@heybuddy.donotsendme.unsolicitedmailatyahoo.com> skrev i melding

news:uWoo7wS4JHA.5728@TK2MSFTNGP03.phx.gbl...
> Tom Eirik Jensen <tom.eirik.jensen@skjervoy.kommune.no> wrote:
> > Thanks for answer, I ordered a trial cert from Verisign. They had a
> > good website that explain everything.
> > Activesync worked fine after I installed cert.
> > Now I am going to bye a cert.


> Cool. Don't waste your money on Verisign, though. Get a cheapo GoDaddy
> one - $29/yr.
>

>
>> "Lanwench [MVP - Exchange]"
> > <lanwench@heybuddy.donotsendme.unsolicitedmailatyahoo.com> skrev i
> > melding news:%237a26XBxJHA.5100@TK2MSFTNGP04.phx.gbl...
> >> Tom Eirik Jensen <tom.eirik.jensen@skjervoy.kommune.no> wrote:
> >>> Hi!
> >>> I am using ISA server, exchange2003 and two domaincontrollers. One
> >>> of them is a CA. I have installed certificates to ISA and exchange
> >>> for using outlook webaccess. I am also using VPN with certs, and
> >>> all is working fine.
> >>> Now I am trying to use activesync with my HTC Cruise Touch 2 with
> >>> WM6.1. Getting an error that
> >>> says my exchange server certificate is not valid. I have tryed to
> >>> install rootcertificate from my ca but no luck.
> >>
>>>> Are there some trick here? And which certificate, from what should I
> >>> use?
> >
>>> I'm not an ISA person, but you should be using the Exchange one, I
> >> believe. However, I suggest you buy & install trusted certs. They're
> >> inexpensive enough now and you don't have to jump through hoops on WM
> >> devices to make this work.


>
 

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