sbs2003 premium edition - emails on windows mobile 5 from the server

Posted on 2007-07-25
Last Modified: 2013-12-05
i have a small business server 2003 premium edition server.  i have a user that has a mobile phone running microsoft windows mobile version 5.  the user is going on holiday and wants to be able to get his emails on his phone from the server is it possible to do this.  if so can some talk me through it please as i have never done this before.
Question by:brad2000smith
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    Hello brad2000smith,

    Here you will find all the info you need:


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    To configure the firewall and Web services:
     Open the Server Management console, and then click Internet and E-mail.
     Click Connect to the Internet to start the Configure E-mail and Internet Connection Wizard (CEICW).
     On the Welcome page, click Next.
     On the Connection Type page, click Do not change connection type, and then click Next
    what would you recommend is the best way around this, i can get this far but i dont have the option for do not change as it is greyed out. i only have dial up or broadband. i dont want to change any of this configuration.

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