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exchange 2007 - imap4 - 18.Oct.2007 10:13:54 AM   
dktexas

 

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Hi,
we seem to have the following problem in our company:
using a mobile phone I created an IMAP4 ssl profile so that I can connect to our exchange 2007. I have installed the default microsoft certificate on my exchange server.
Before connecting I receive a security alert whether I trust this certificate: I reply yes and the message headers are downloaded. This seems to work now and then though.
AT times when I try to connect I receive no certificate and no message headers are download. When I restart the exchange server and try to connect again using my mobile phone it works for while.
Looking at my exchange event logs no error message is displayed. Can anyone help me. It is a nuisance restarting the exchange server many times during the week.
Thanks in advance.
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RE: exchange 2007 - imap4 - 12.Nov.2007 2:18:13 PM   
rishishah

 

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As you have an AD environment why not istall a CA on your AD Server and than issue a proper cert to the exchange 2007 server. Finally export the root cert and install on the Windows Mobile device 

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