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I am having problems getting my Windows Mobile device to hook up with my Exchange 2003 server.  I have it updated to SP2 and everything seems to be correct.  The biggest issue I am having is my Verizon Windows Mobile device when trying to sync with the server, I get an Error Code: HTTP_403

Your account does not have permission to sync with your current settins.  contact your Microsoft Exchange Administrator.

Can some help me in either setting up the exchange server to accept the incoming request from my Mobile device.  I am also experiencing an Event ID error 3012

An error occurred while accessing the Active Directory for user [Internet Guest Account]. Information cannot be retrieved from Active Directory due to an unknown error. Verify that the Exchange ActiveSync Server can communicate with Active Directory, and that the user has a valid account.

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You have anonymous authentication enabled on one of the folders in IIS Manager:

/exchange
/oma
/Microsoft-Server-ActiveSync

Make sure that you have them set:

/exchange: Integrated and Basic ONLY.
/exchweb: Anonymous ONLY.
/exadmin: Integrated ONLY.
/OMA: Basic ONLY
/Microsoft-Server-ActiveSync

Simon.
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Now I'm getting a error on my Mobile Device

Synchronization failed because of a server error.  Try again.
Error code:  HTTP_500
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Thanks for the response.  I did however finally figure out what the problem was.  The only thing I was lacking was that I had to make sure that the Forms based authenication was turned off.  But for my other users, I have them logging into our site securely.  Not sure why, now but I will have to figure out how I can make sure that only the mobile device can access the OWA.  any ideas would be great but I will award you with this one.

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If you are using forms based authentication then you should probably look at this kb article.
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?kbid=817379

Simon.
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