How do you set-up Mobile Services on Exchange 2003 Server?

Posted on 2007-10-08
Last Modified: 2013-12-05
We currently have a MS Exchange 2003 FE/BE configuration (1 FE and 2 BE).  We have just signed an agreement with O2 for some HTC S710 smartphones.  What I want to do is enable the Cellphones to pull down messages from our Exchange Environment.  What configuration changes / additions do I need to make on my Exchange environment (as well as our cellphones) so that emails are pulled/pushed to the Cellphones?
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    See this recent post, not too much to it:

    And here's a pretty good article that will answer many of your questions:

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