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MSFP & Exchange 3003 SP2 Certificate Invalid

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Last Modified: 2010-08-05

We recently upgraded our SPRINT PPC6700 phones to the new ROM which support MSFP / Push.  Our Exchange Server is part of Small Business Server 2003 standard, and we are configured to handle Webmail via SSL / webmail.  This works without a hitch, and we generated our certificate via serverca.

When we go to connect SYNC our PPC6700 via USB, and we configure to access the Exchange Server, we receive the following error:

"The security certificate on the server is invalid.  Contact your Exchange Server administrator or ISP to install a vailid certificate on the server.  SUPPORT CODE:  80082f0d"

We are using active sync 4.1

Thank you,

Knight Hamalian

Watch Question

Small Business Server has an option during the
initial OS install to set itself up as a CA for IIS and Exchange, and
this is likely what has been done in your case. You can export the
root certificate from IE connected to OWA and then copy that to your
pocket PC for importing as a trusted certificate. This should resolve
your issue.

are u access OWA try to access OMA instead.

check this out



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