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I am trying to setup WP7 on Exchange Active Sync, I have no prior experience with Active Sync whereas up until now we have been using BES (Blackberry) and there is no need for active sync. I have enabled Outlook Anywhere and Enabled Active sync on my mailbox. When I add the settings in WP7 I get a certificate error, (We are using a self signed SSL cert) I tried to install the certificate on the WP& which it does install, but the error remains. Any ideas?
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can you please post the exact error
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by:steinmto
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I have not used Windows Mobile 7 but in 6.5 you could uncheck the ssl box.  I would just get a public cert it is much eaiser to deal with then self signed.
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Did you put the root certs on the phone?
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by:spiderwilk007
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Yes I have installed the root cert on my phone.

"there is a problem with the certificate for email.mydomain.com contact a support person or your service provider.

Error code: 80072F0D
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I have a problem getting a public cert, when our domain was setup the internal domain name is in the public realm, but we do not own the domain name. So no one will issue me a cert with the internal name, so when I update the public cert without the internal name all of my internal clients started getting send recieve errors saying the certificate does not match the name of the server. I would rather not have to recreate the domain.
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