I have the following setup:
Exchange 2003 Server on Windows 2000 Server (Internal Netowrk)
ISA 2004 on Windows 2003 Server (External Network)
I have SSL and Form Based Authenication running and OWA works perfect.
I am trying to setup ActiveSync my Treo 700 W. I have checked the require SSL box and have mail.company.com in the server adress. When I try to Sync I receive a message saying that Certificate is expired. The message also says that the problem maybe with the clock on my device. The clock on my device is right and the certificate isn't expired.
I have read a ton of articles which all pretty much contradict each other. Some say that ActiveSync can't use SSL others say it can. Does anyone have any clue how to resolve this issue? On a side note what is the difference between OMA and ActiceSync?
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