Microsoft Exchange wireless sync - Do we need a dedicated server?

Posted on 2007-10-02
Last Modified: 2013-12-05
We are running SBS2003 and Exchange server on a single server.  We have been trying to set things up to allow a user to receive email on his Windows Mobile based cell phone and cant get it to work.  Do we need to have the Exchange system on its own server for this to work?  Came across something mentioning a backend server??  Things just shouldnt be this difficult in 2007....arrgh
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    As long as you have enabled Exchange Activesync and installed a client cert it will work fine with SBS... this may help..

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