Pocket PC and syncing with exchange 2003 problem

when i try to sync my Treo 700w with exchange 2003 i get the following error

result: synchronization could not be completed.Try again later
support code 0x80072F17
winperezAsked:
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SembeeConnect With a Mentor Commented:
Doesn't really matter - the TurboSSL certificates are fine.
Do ensure that you read the instructions that come with the certificate carefully. You have to put two certificates on to your server - which doesn't take long, but get it the wrong way round and you can be banging your head against a wall for hours.

Simon.
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alexey_gusevCommented:
you can have a look at the following:

http://pdaphonehome.com/forums/ppc-6700-xv6700/63041-6700-exchange-ssl-error-0x80072f17.html
http://forums.microsoft.com/TechNet/ShowPost.aspx?PostID=1543948&SiteID=17

and in general just google for  0x80072F17 support code and exchange
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SembeeCommented:
That is almost certainly a certificate error.
Who supplied your SSL certificate, or is it home grown?
If you browse to https://host.domain.com/oma do you get a certificate prompt?

Simon.
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winperezAuthor Commented:
i do i have an ssl prompt when i try my https://public IP/oma. i created the SSL certificate myself
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winperezAuthor Commented:
do i need to open any specific port for this. Outlook Web Access and OMA work fine when i try to access it from a computer ( out of the network)
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SembeeCommented:
If you are getting an SSL prompt then EAS will not work.
It cannot cope with the SSL certificate prompt.
You can try installing the certificate on to the device, but I find that rarely works reliably. Instead get an SSL certificate that is trusted by Windows Mobile. GoDaddy do those (http://www.domainsforexchange.net/) as do InstantSSL. GoDaddy are US$20 a year, InstantSSL a little more.

Simon.
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winperezAuthor Commented:
which one of these?

Turbo SSL Certificate
Domain Only Validation

      High-Assurance SSL Certificate
Full Company (or Individual) Validation
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