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ISA Server 2004 blocks Exchange Active Synch Traffic

Posted on 2010-09-06
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I have a SBS 2003 Premium Server and tried to setup iphone active synch. I have OWA and RWW (Godaddy SSL) working for some time with no problems. I'm unable to get the iPhone to synch with Exchange.
I turned on logging in ISA and I can see that ISA is blocking the traffic from the iPhone. I was under the impression that the OWA rule would cover the OMA traffic.  Can anybody give me some advise on this. Below is the log from ISA Server

Denied Connection      TLWSVR 6/09/2010 11:54:19 AM
Log type: Web Proxy (Reverse)
Status: 12202 The ISA Server denied the specified Uniform Resource Locator (URL).
Rule: Default rule
Source: External ( xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:0)
Destination: ( 10.0.0.2:443)
Request: OPTIONS http://remote.domain.com.au/Microsoft-Server-ActiveSync
Filter information: Req ID: 145cef2d
Protocol: https      
User: anonymous      
 Additional information
1.      Client agent: Apple-iPhone3C1/801.400
2.      Object source: Processing time: 1
3.      Cache info: 0x8 MIME type:
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Try recreating the OWA/ OMA rule within ISA server, carry out a backup first. The documents listed by MinoDC detail what to do with the rules. Also see the following for details on what to carry out when recreating/ creating the OWA/OMA rules http://www.petri.co.il/publishing_owa_with_isa2004.htm
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