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Push Email Setup help - SBS2003/Exchange SP2/Vario II MDA

Posted on 2007-03-29
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I'm looking to setup push email using our SBS2003 server with Exchange (SP2) using T-Mobile Vario II MDA's.

Has anyone had any experiences with this particular setup and have any useful info to offer?
What do i need to do on the exchange server?
I could do with a simple list of actions to start with. eg.
1. <do this on exchange server>
2. <setup active sync etc etc>
3. blah blah blah

Just to point me in the right direction. Any help would be very appreciated.
Many Thanks
BigCap
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Got It Working!

Cheers Mate!
Very much appreciated!    :O)

Just need an SSL certificate now to make the connection secure.

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Hi Simon,

In relation to this question - Can you recommend which type of certificate would be best for our company to use for about 15 MDA devices connecting to our exchange server?

Turbo SSL or High-Assurance?

Security is of a high priority. Is the High-Assurance certificate more secure than the other as far as the encryption goes or is it just the authentication procedure that differs?

I really appreciate your help. Thanks again.
BC
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In this context SSL is SSL. The standard 128 certificates will be fine. It is not as if you are doing ecommerce.

Simon.
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