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I just migrated to Exchange 2010 and am having an issues with everyone using iPad and iPhones (while connected to network via WiFi) where it is not connecting to the exchange server. When NOT connected via WiFi, everything works fine and I think it might be a DNS issue. Should I just put a record in the email server's host file for the external email server name to fix this?
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You can follow below article for a referance.
http://www.expta.com/2010/02/how-to-securely-deploy-iphones-with_25.html
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Dude- Demazter is the man. He has an article for everything. Thanks for the link!
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Ballz!
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>> Demazter is the man. He has an article for everything. <<

Tell me about it!  I Page Editored most of them!

Glad it helped resolve your issue and thanks for the points.

Alan
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