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iPhone no longer connects to Exchange 2003

Posted on 2010-09-06
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Hi,

I recently moved my Exchange server to a second office and now iPhones are not able to sync, but everything else works fine.

Office 1 (where it use to work)

YYY.YYY.YYY.YYY (public IP)
Cisco ASA5505 Allow HTTP, HTTPS,smtp, pop3 and IMAP4 (This stayed and was not moved)
XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX (private IP)
- iPhone wokred fine

Office 2 (New location)

RRR.RRR.RRR.RRR (new public IP)
Cisco ASA5505 Allow HTTP, HTTPS,smtp, pop3 and IMAP4 (New Cisco)
TTT.TTT.TTT.TTT (new private IP)

- OWA works fine
- Outlook works fine
- mail domain is pointing correctly to new public IP
- iPhone v4.0 is able to create and verify account, but no longer able to view inbox. I get " the connection to the server failed"
- Second iPhone v4.2 is able to create and verify account, but no longer able to view inbox. I get " the connection to the server failed"

I've waited 24 hrs and installed a ping app on iPhone and domain is coming back with correct new IP.

I'm running
Windows Server 2003 SP2 all patched
Exchange 2003
and help with this would be great!
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by:Mkris9
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Did owa name change ? and also are the certificates installed on the server has the correct names ?
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by:Tech_Me_More
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the only thing that has changed is public and private IP. Also Cisco Firewal, but it's the same model with same settings.

name has not change and yes there is a ssl cert. https is working fine on both OWA and Outlook. This is really weird....
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by:Alan Hardisty
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How long ago did the changes take place.
DNS will take about 24-48 hours to catch up and during this time, the phones won't know where to look.
Can you visit https://testexchangeconnectivity.com, run the Exchange Activesync test, specify manual serrver settings and check the Ignore Trust for SSL if you have a self-signed SSL certificate installed (the default SBS certificate).
Then post back the results.
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by:Mkris9
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you can try using https://www.testexchangeconnectivity.com/ to see the result.
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by:Alan Hardisty
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If you changed the Private IP Address, is the forwarding on the Cisco now forwarding to the new Private IP?
Is IIS configured on the default website to listen to a specific IP Address or All Unassigned (as it should be)?
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it's been about 24 hours and I installed a ping app to ping domain name on iphone to verify the new IP and it's correct. Also I"m able to confirm account when I try deleting and re-creating accoutn on iPhone. If I put in the wrong password it fails... if I put in the correct password it accept account, but I'm not able to view inbox and get server connection error.

Always something...
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by:Alan Hardisty
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Okay - please run the test as outlined above.
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Did the Exchange Server's internal IP address also change when you moved from the site?

Check the following in the iIS manager on the server...
Expand 'Default Web Site' ---> Exchange-oma ---> Properties ---> 'Directory Security' --->
'IP address and Domain Name restrictions' (2nd edit) ---> verify the IP address mentioned here... **If required correct it***

Let us know how it goes.
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