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IPhone not connecting with Exchange 2003 SP2

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For some weird reason my exchange 2003 SP2 is not connecting with Iphone. It works perfect with BB.

Could you give me some advise on this
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Thanks for your prompt reply. I am looking into the first article.

Many Thanks

syed
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FYI - Blackberries don't use Activesync which an iPhone will do - so the fact that a Blackberry works does not help an iPhone.

If you get stuck in my article anywhere - just post and I'll assist.

Alan
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Hi,

For an alternative to ActivSync that works like BlackBerry and provides additional tools such as MDS-CS like 'VPN' and device policies etc, consider Good For Eneterprise which conists of Good Mobile Messaging, Good Mobile Control and Good Mobile Access.

http://www.good.com/products/good-for-enterprise.php for more information.

It is a paid for service (as is BES Enterprise Server) and depends on how many devices you have to support etc.

It does have it's own proprietary email client which encrypts all of the mail, contacts etc. on the device. If you are subject to any rules/laws etc. such as HIPPA, then you are generally required to encypt data.

Regards,


RobMobility.
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Thanks for sorting the unusal problem Alan. Really helpful.
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This question has been classified as abandoned and is being closed as part of the Cleanup Program. See my comment at the end of the question for more details.
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