Problem with synchronisation

Posted on 2008-02-04
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Last Modified: 2013-12-05
I have tried all articles i found in Experts Exchange about Error 0x85010014, but nothing works.

What should i do, i only want to sync with Exchange 2003 (SBS) via GPRS with Active Sync on my PDA.

It's a fresh installation, but won't work.

Also set defaults with IIS Ressource Kit.

Checked out NTLM Authentication.

Won't sync with SSL.

Maybe i need a port on firewall?

it works on other servers we have to support without problems.

Does anybody have an idea?
Question by:SupportSolution
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Expert Comment

ID: 20820025
1) Did you check that all firewalls are allowing the correct ports and traffic to pass.

2) Did you try to use a packet sniffer to see any errors in the traffic.

I hope this helps !


Author Comment

ID: 20821136
Firewall: Yes i think its allowed - one Hardwarefirewall Port 80 (and 443) port forwarding

Did not use a packet sniffer.

But OMA and OWA works in Internet Explorer without any problem.

Accepted Solution

SupportSolution earned 0 total points
ID: 20836636

It seems that Service Pack 1 of exchange is not working properly.
Installed Service Pack 2 and everything works fine.


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