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    I have 2 mobile in my environment: HTC TyTn 2 and Nokia E71, when i am going to create Exchange mail i get Error message about Valid Crtificate.

    Error: The Security Certificate on server is not valid.... Support code: 0x80072f06

  • #2
    Re: Mobile Active/sync with Exchange 2003

    Is it a self-signed or a certificate from ie. certificatesforexchange.com?
    Best regards,
    Carsten.

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    • #3
      Re: Mobile Active/sync with Exchange 2003

      Have you installed the CA Root chain certificates?
      Marcel
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      • #4
        Re: Mobile Active/sync with Exchange 2003

        The error means what it says. The certificate is invalid.
        Is it a commercial or self generated certificate?
        If it is a commercial certificate is it trusted?

        Browse to https://host.example.com/oma from Internet Explorer on the device. If you get a certificate prompt then the problem is that the certificate is not trusted. It will give you a reason code in the error.

        Simon.
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        • #5
          Re: Mobile Active/sync with Exchange 2003

          i already have CA Root chain certificates but how can i installed it on E71...

          when i am tring to connect on https://mai.mydoamin.com.oma the browser give this error:
          "A System error has occurred while processing your request. Please try again. If the problem persists, contact your administrator."

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          • #6
            Re: Mobile Active/sync with Exchange 2003

            Originally posted by bustanji83 View Post
            when i am tring to connect on https://mai.mydoamin.com.oma ....
            Was that a typo? It should be /oma not .oma.

            Did you get a certificate prompt before that error?
            If you browse to /oma on your desktop, does it work? IF you get the same error look at the asp.net error code, particularly at the version. Ensure that it says version 1.1.xxxx and not 2.x.

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            • #7
              Re: Mobile Active/sync with Exchange 2003

              We faced a problems in Synchronizing a Exchange mail on Mobile with our Exchange Server 2003, after troubleshooting this issue we resolved it by create secondary virtual directory for exchange by following these instructions:

              (copy and paste of a MS KB article removed)

              Note: You find these instruction on Microsoft Support Site: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/817379
              Last edited by Sembee; 7th January 2009, 11:30. Reason: Mass copy and paste deleted.

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              • #8
                Re: Mobile Active/sync with Exchange 2003

                bustanji83 - I removed the bulk of your posting as copy and paste of a Microsoft KB article doesn't really help anyone. It also puts the site at risk of complaints from Microsoft. Include a link to the article only.

                Simon.
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                • #9
                  Re: Mobile Active/sync with Exchange 2003

                  ok thx alot you are right

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