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Windows Mobile Access - How is this set up?

Posted on 2008-06-16
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I have set up OWA for my firm using SSL. I have now been asked to configure the frontend server for Windows Mobille Access. Does anyone have any links on how this is done?
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by:vsganesh
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Hi,

Try this link and it has step-by-step instruction...
http://www.microsoft.com/technet/solutionaccelerators/mobile/deploy/msfp_nwalt.mspx
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by:vsganesh
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Hi,

More information...

1) Refer the below document too and this will be more useful, note that using ISA is more secure but it  
    is an optional. If you are not planning to use the ISA, ignore the ISA portion.
http://www.o2.co.uk/assets/O2HybridNav/Static-files/PDFs/Deployment_paper_Windows_Mobile.pdf

2) Refer the below link for the "windows mobile device" configuration after your exchange server setup is ready.
http://www.microsoft.com/windowsmobile/help/pocketpc/activesync.mspx
http://www.lse.ac.uk/itservices/systems/email/mob-as-winmob5sp.htm
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by:gpersand
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I think the OMA is now set up. I have enabled OMA in the ESM global settings and for the user I want to give access. How do I now connect a mobile device to the Exchange server?
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Are you planning to use "Activesyc" which will sync the PDA with exchange server and PDA keep copy in local.

or if you just plan to use the OMA interface from PDA which is equivalent to the OWA, you need to have
link with public IP address for OMA and give that link to PDA users to access it.

But if you are using "Windows mobile" it is better to use the activesync and the configuration for the activesync on the windows mobile is below.

Refer the below link for the "windows mobile device" configuration http://www.microsoft.com/windowsmobile/help/pocketpc/activesync.mspx
http://www.lse.ac.uk/itservices/systems/email/mob-as-winmob5sp.htm
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