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Exchange 2003 PUSH suddenly stoped working with iPhone

My iPhone worked great with my Exchange 2003, all mail came through PUSH TECHNOLOGY and it was great.... but I noticed that yesterday I could recieve mails but not through PUSH but manually only..... I know it´s not my iPhone because I have two exchange account with different server and only the one with Exchange 2003 is not working.... I tryed to seach experts-exchange and found solutions but didn´t find the one that works for me....
I did a test on www.testexchangeconnectivity.com and the results came back positive (only one warning, Validating certificate trust for Windows Mobile Devices - The test passed with some warnings encountered.) but I think this has nothing to do with it.......  What can I do??, I had spend like 3 hours checking for settins on IIS, creating new virtual directory for exchange, and still can make my iPhone work by PUSH!!
Thank you in advance!
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marpanet
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kpoochiCommented:
In Exchange System Manager, Global Settings, Mobile Services make sure we have the options checked for Outlook Mobile Access, Unsupported devices and for direct push
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marpanetAuthor Commented:
They are all check!
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mukulagCommented:
we have come across a similar situation in past few days only. Is it something to do with any update/patch on MS or iPHONE?
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marpanetAuthor Commented:
Solve the issue.....
Well, I didn´t solve it, a power loss did solve it....
I had some problems with PUSH and with another administrative software, suddenly I had a power loss and after the hard restart, everything was back to normal......... I really don´t know what it was....
Still muklag, try this..
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Apple/Hardware/iPhone/Q_24381514.html?sfQueryTermInfo=1+10+2003+30+exchang+iphon+push+work

Best regards,
Eugenio
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