I was wondering if anyone's had any experience getting OMA to work over an SSL connection with phones other than Windows Mobile devices or the iPhone (non-smartphones, basically).
Here's my situation. I just got OWA configured on an Exchange 2003 server (using a GoDaddy SSL certificate), and then proceeded to fix the problem EAS/OMA evidently has with SSL and Forms-Based authentication.
Then, I had trouble getting either EAS or OMA to work-- all my attempts to use either one from mobile devices would either time out or fail with "invalid certificate" errors. I fixed that by installing an intermediate GoDaddy certificate, then verified all was well via https://testexchangeconnectivity.com
. Now, I can connect and sync EAS and access OMA just fine with WM devices and iPhones.
However, my attempts to access OMA with other browser-equipped messaging phones (e.g. Samsung Freeform) still fail with an "untrusted server certificate" and no way to circumvent it on the phone.
There doesn't seem to be anything else I can do on the server, and I don't know how/whether I can install a certificate on phones with proprietary operating systems. Is it even possible to access OMA via such a non-smartphone?