Unable to View Calendar Appointments on iPhone After Exchange 2010 Migration

Posted on 2011-10-08
Last Modified: 2012-05-12
I have just perfromed a mail server migration from Exchnage 2003 to Exchange 2010.  I have a one user who has an iPad and iPhone.  His email, calendar appointements, contacts all sync to his iPad.  When he adds his Exchange account to his iPhone, only his email and contacts are viewable and sync on the iPhone.  He can only see part of today’s calendar but no other days or years.
When he adds the mailbox to the iPhone, he gets a message that it said it couldn’t verify the server on account verification.  I purchased and a Trusted Unified Communications Certifiacte from GoDaddy which I installed on the server.  All other users are able to get their email, appointments & contacts to work on their iPhone
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    Do you have any settings @ iPAD where it says\limits the number of days of calendar items to be synchronized?

    >> can you check the same in any Windows Mobile Emulator?
    Is that working fine?

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