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Brand new exchange 2010 Enterprise.  Connecting with Windows Mobile 6.5.  Do I need to manually install the cert on the phone?
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if the certificate you are using on exchange is not a public one (godaddy, verisign etc...) you definitely should add the root cA certificate on the phone
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directions for doing that?  I recall once having to export my cert, and then use some software on the phone to install it after copying cert to storage folder on phone.
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well you need to get the root CA certificate and copy it to the phone by USB or memory card or maybe email

just double cllick on it and select to trust it
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