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Exchange 2013 - issues enabling ActiveSync on a mailbox

Posted on 2014-07-15
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I recently took over an Exchange 2013 server.  All roles except the Edge role are on the server.  It's integrated into Lync, however, I don't feel that is the problem.  I enabled ActiveSync for a mailbox.  I verified that both the Office Web Apps and ActiveSync policy is associated to the mailbox.  When accessing the mailbox from two different Android phones we get the same symptoms.  I'm able to authenticate/setup the mailbox to the phone, however, it never syncs.  I'm able to access OWA via the same credentials successfully.  I do not get any errors.  It  simply doesn't sync folders or any emails.  

Any ideas?
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by:Nick Rhode
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On the exchange server, open up his mailbox and choose Mailbox Features > Mobile Devices (view details).

Check the policy assigned and see if the device shows up and if the status is access granted.
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It's ended up being that AD permissions where not set to inherit on the user object.
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Ended up having to check the box in the AD user account pertaining to inheriting AD permissions.
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