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Posted on 2011-09-21
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I just recently uninstalled MS Exchange 2003 from a secondary server. Now any mobile device configured with email (iPhone, etc..) is unable to access Active Sync server..

Any help is much appreciated!

Regard,

tg
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Is the primary server configured with Active Sync ?

If not, follow Kb 871379.

Then, point the devices to the new server.

Cheers.
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http://support.microsoft.com/kb/817379/en-us

Are you able to connect via OWA?
Did you change the port mapping/NAT on your router to point to the "new" server?
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Thanks... But I figured it out.. Had to update name of new server to the config.. Grrrr.. :)
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