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Apple iPad & Exchange email

I'm trying to setup my iPad2 to receive my corporate email which is hosted on the companies's Exchange 2007 email server.  My personal email is working fine but no matter which parameters I enter into the add account screen on the iPad I can't get authenicated for an Exchange account.  

Server: myserver
Domain (internal): xxx.local
Domain (external): yyy.com
User: zzz
email xxx@yyy.com
What should the server name be?

Thanks
What should the domain be (our external domain is a dot com)
Does user name need to be a FQDN?
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chasmx1
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James HIT DirectorCommented:
Fields should be as follows:

Email: your email address
Server: mail.domain.com

Domain: domain.local ***Optional
Username: domain user account
Password: domain password

Use SSL: ON
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athomsfereCommented:
Have you asked your IT?

They may nit want your iPad to have it
They can provide the information, its likely going to provided by their OWA server, if they have that setup and and ActiveSync enabled.
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mcp_jonCommented:
Have you checked this ?

http://www.apple.com/ca/ipad/business/docs/iPad_EAS.pdf

On the other hand, your Exchange Server might have blocked the iPad access to the Exchange.

Cheers.
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The_ChaddCommented:
The server name you need to put in there will be the published external host name your IT dept has setup on the Exchange server.

As Spartan said, it is most likely mail.domain.com

Kempy
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