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    Hi
    I installed sbs 2008 and now I need to configure the mobile phone to synchronize with the exchange 2007
    I can't manage to do this with ssl so I trays to configure without ssl but it didnít works
    Am I missing in something or maybe there is no way to sync without ssl enable
    Thanks in advance



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    Re: configure exchange 2007 for activesync without using ssl

    Have you bought a "real" certificate? IIRC 2007 does not support its own self signed cert for Activesync
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    • #3
      Re: configure exchange 2007 for activesync without using ssl

      Hi
      My question is does its possible to work with activesync on sbs2008 (exchange 2007) without ssl

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      • #4
        Re: configure exchange 2007 for activesync without using ssl

        You can't use Exchange 2007 at all without an SSL certificate. The entire product is built around the SSL protocol. So while some hacking about might get it to work, at the end of the day you will have to purchase an SSL certificate. They are no longer optional.
        The self generated certificates are not supported for use with Exchange ActiveSync or Outlook Anywhere.
        If you use the wizard to purchase the certificate, the certificates from GoDaddy are usually less than US$60/year.

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