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80072f17 - invalid certificate


Hope someone can help me out here!

I administrate a small SBS2003 network. Our users make good use of OWA, but I have never had the SSL certificate working properly. This is really due to not having a lot of knowledge surrounding SSL & certificate management. Up until now though it hasnt been a problem as our users just click to accept the cert and hey presto.

Thing is I have know got an i-Mate JAMin which I want to make use of the Direct Push feature on. But of course each time it trys to sync it just finishes with Support Error 80072f17.

My question is how do I configure Exchange or the PDA to have this functionality available? Buying an SSL cert isnt an option here as being a small business IT budget is minimal.

Please help, I want my new toy to work!

Adam Graham
Adam Graham
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You can get a trusted cert from godaddy.com for $20/yr, I'm sure your budget can cover that.

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