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How to setup an iPhone to work on Exhange Server 2003.

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Hi,

I have been tasked with setting up an iPhone4 to work with my Exchange Server 2003.  I am not experienced with iPhone4 or the process to connect to the server for emails.  Please let me know how to do so.

Thank you!
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Make Active Sync is enabled for the account you are trying to add.
Go to Settings->Mail, Contacts, Calenders->Add Account->Microsoft Exchange->

1) email (address)
2) domain (i.e. domain.local)
3) username (user principal name, windows account)
4) password
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Before you configure iphone to connect to exchange server make sure you have Sp2 for exchange 2003
refer http://portal.smartertools.com/KB/a564/configure-exchange-activesync-on-the-iphone.aspx 
 
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you will also need to know the exchange server ie mail.yourserver.com
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by:rxdeath
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yea its super easy.  noteworthy to mention the domain above is the same as for outlook web access ours is actually webmail.domain.com
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