This can't be this difficult. I set up phones for email all the time but I'm stumped with this one. Note: I did not set up this Exchange 2007 (SBS) server so it is possible there is some little setting somewhere I'm not aware of. There is a GoDaddy certificate on this server that is working fine (as far as I can tell). Ports 25,80, 110, 443, 587 and 465 are all open to the server, and the server is listening on all those ports. Email has already been set up as POP mail for two IPhones and works fine (with SSL set) (not sure why they are set up as POP at this point, but the point is that it works...). On these two androids, I just can't get it to work. If I try to set it up as an Exchange account, and I tell it SSL and port 443, it tells me it can't connect to the server. If I tell it no SSL and port 80, it tells me I have an incorrect user name and password (even though I know they are correct). If I try to set it up as POP, if I tell it no SSL it will set up fine for incoming mail, but then for the SMTP server if I tell it no SSL and put in the authentication it fails with "Authentication not supported" and if I tell it SSL, Accept all certificates, it says "This server is not trusted since appropriate certificate is not installed on the phone." It doesn't matter which port I try to use. So I suspect there is something not right with the certificate, but I'm not sure what. It appears to be correctly applied to Exchange, and SSL is working with the iPhones. I'd appreciate any ideas!