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I recently purchased an iphone and my it person is having a difficult time even setting IMAP up on our windows exchange server 2003 at my office.

Can you give me a step by step process on configuring the server for IMAP
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http://www.experts-exchange.com/Software/Internet_Email/Email/Email_Clients/Q_22670391.html

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Networking/Protocols/Application_Protocols/Email/SMTP/Q_22676538.html

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Apple/Hardware/iPODs/Q_22688977.html

Follow those articles...basically it is as simple as enabling the service, configuring the IMAP protocol in Exchange Admin, and opening the ports through the firewall...
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So my IT guy has got my iphone able to send email but he cannot get the phone to receive email.
Does anyone have a step by step process of setting up IMAP on Windows exchange 2003  so that he can follow it to see what was missed
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Brugh, that's for connecting an Exchange 03 server to an Exch2007 server using IMAP.
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it is, I thought there was a section about Configuring Exchange 2003 for IMAP4 Access...  I was just throwing in another forum for the user to review. :)

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I would suggest you let the IT guy figure out.  Anything you give is just likely to annoy him.  

In the meantime, I bet you could use Outlook Web Access from the phone just fine.  Try pointing the web browser on your phone to one of these addresses:

http://www.yourcompanysite.com/exchange
https://www.yourcompanysite.com/exchange
http://mail.yourcompanysite.com/exchange
https://mail.yourcompanysite.com/exchange

Those are the most common locations for OWA.  You could ask your IT guy about it as well.
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