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MS Exchange 2007 email access with iPhone4?

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Has anyone manage to get iPhone4 users easy access to MS Exchange 2007 server?

I explored MS Exchange 2007 briefly and manage to get IMAP working but IMAP users could not send emails via iPhone4 IMAP, the outgoing email keeps getting bounced as "unable to relay email" etc..

any suggestions?

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If you want IMAP to work then you have to set the phone to authenticate with the Sending SMTP server.

Have you tried connecting an IPhone to Exchange over activeSync? It should work pretty easily. You can test it from www.testexchangeconnectiviy.com
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