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Treo device to sync with Exchange 2000 server

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I have just bought a new Treo 755P for my company.  The user would like to sync his email with our Exchange 2000 server.  I have read conflicting reports that this can and cannot be done with Exchange 2000.  I have a Watchguard firewall in which I have set up a mobile user VPN on and they can connect to it successfully but email will not sync.  Am I missing something or is it true that there is no way to do this without upgrading to Exchange 2003?

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exchange 2000 has no built in sync mechanism. you have to add another product called MIS to get sync with exchange 2000, but i would recommend upgrading to 2003/2007 if you want activesync.

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by:Lanee Kirby
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This is what I thought you were going to say.  What is MIS.  Where can I get that?
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hmm. it stands for mobile information server. not sure if its still available anymore. try checking here:
http://www.microsoft.com/technet/downloads/mis.mspx

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