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PUSH EMAIL TO PDA

SBS2K SERVER - CAN I SYNC MY ORANGE M5000 OVER THE INTENET TO EXCHANGE 2000 SERVER.

IT WORKS WELL WITH EXCHANGE 2003, JUST WONDERING IF IT WORKED WITH EXCHANGE 2000
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myfootsmellsCommented:
Yes but you need to install Microsoft Mobile Information Server 2002

http://www.microsoft.com/exchange/evaluation/previous/miserver/default.mspx

G'luck

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Jeffrey Kane - TechSoEasyPrincipal ConsultantCommented:
Yeah, mobility is built into Exchange 2003...almost makes it worth it to upgrade your SBS2K box if you are reliant on mobile access.

Jeff
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myfootsmellsCommented:
Also what version of Windows Mobile are you using?
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GCWPITSolutionsCommented:
Push Email to pda requires the following installations,

Exchange 2003 sp2
and the MSFP (Microsoft Security Feature Pack) (downloadbale from handset provider) software upgrade for your windows Mobile 5 Device

as far as i am aware this functionality is not available prior to 2003 sp2.

You can sync mail using imap but thats the lot im afraid.

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Jeffrey Kane - TechSoEasyPrincipal ConsultantCommented:
Grant, that's not entirely true.  Activesync 3.7.1 on Exchange 2000 will absolutely push to a Windows Mobile 5 device if Mobile Information Server is also installed (http://www.microsoft.com/exchange/evaluation/previous/miserver/default.mspx)  The problem would be getting a copy of MIS since it's been replaced by standard Exchange features all of which are available in Exchange 2003 (even before SP2).

Jeff
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myfootsmellsCommented:
i believe points should be awarded to me for giving him the link to install Mobile Information Server

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Jeffrey Kane - TechSoEasyPrincipal ConsultantCommented:
I agree.

Jeff
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