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How do I install Active Sync on an Exchange 2003 Server

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I have to install Active Sync on an Exchange 2003 Server and I don't know how to do this. Can someone help me?
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You dont need to install active sync on exchange. Just in exchange configuration allow access to data from mobile devices. That is all. Active Sync is client aplication, not server.
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How do I allow access to data from Mobile devices in the Exchange configuration?
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Thanks for all your help Sh4d1
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