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Iphone active sync via isa 2004 rule to exchnage

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I am trying to configure active syn via a iphone. The network for owa access is internet > isa server > exchange

The isa is in dmz and is configured curretnly to allow OWA via a Web Publishing Rule
I am trying to do a similar thing for active sync via a publishing rule. I have created the rule that is the same as the OWA publishing rule but it it set as active syn instead of webmail

Has anyone tried it via this way. Suggestions welcome
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by:flyguybob
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I am not sure if this will provide guidance to get you further:
http://images.apple.com/iphone/enterprise/docs/iPhone_MS_Exchange.pdf
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I have this working for a laptop can access via https://servername/oma and all the contacts and email is viewable by laptop web browser. Just does not seem to work via iphone.
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by:cancervic
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An update to get this to work you exclude the "exchhangename/oma" and only have "exchangename"

Just working on getting it to work with GAL now
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The way it is configured at my location is There is a mailpublising rule set in the DMZ to include Active Sync & OMA within ISA>  I installed the Mobileadmin.msi on the exchange server.

The settings on the phone are all standard the main thing was within the server settings only enter servername that is available via initernet eg owaexchangename and all works for this setup.
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Good deal.
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