iphone 4 exchange 200318 Jun 2010
iphone 4 exchange 2003
I had been dealing with my sync issues for weeks. Could not get my iphone to work with our exchange 2003 server. I tried many suggestion to setup the new iPhone 4 to Exchange. We assisted this customer and within 35 minutes, his iphone 4 exchange 2003 problems were fixed! Yes, it sounds easy, but after you read our GOOGLE gone wrong answers, you can understand why our phone is ringing off the hook!!
You can contact our Technical Support Line between 6:00 pacific to 11:00 p.m. pacific at 480-440-4650 or Skype: TECHNOKOZ. We charge a FLAT Rate FEE to guarantee the Sync of your iPhone to your Exchange Server. …and remember NO SYNC, no payment!
Google Answers gone wrong!
Here is a sample of the junk on google right now for these iphone 4 exchange 2003 setup problem:
- Change the Server’s Domain name to match certificate name. This idea creates major METABASE security corruption. Not sure of the intentions. Any event, it will create LONGTERM headaches for your organization.
- Reset the IIS Admin password for the Default Web site. : Would you like about 2 hours of a repair headache getting your OWA back to working condition? Yes, this suggestion is a REAL show stopper. Avoid it at all cost
- Change the Server’s Computer name. Just like idea number 2. More trouble.
iphone 4 exchange 2003 Setup Suggestions to avoid
- Install Configure Outlook Anywhere within IIS / Exchange. [FALSE] RPC/HTTP : You will view this suggestion all the time on google. Great way to connect your Outlook 2007/2003 clients to your server, but has nothing to do with ActiveSync.
- Need AT&T Business Data Plan for Exchange to Sync. [FALSE] Again, save your money. I am not sure why AT&T has this ploy. Their regular data plan works fine with Exchange.
- Resetting the IPHONE to factory defaults. [FALSE] Have not seen many times where a factory reset fixed a sync issue.
- Exchange 2003 Does not Support iPhone. [FALSE] Nice try! But the iPhone 2.0, 2.2, 3.0, 3.1, 4 works perfectly with Microsoft Exchange 2003 Server.
- IMAP Port 143, 993 open on firewall. [FALSE] Old school. You want Activesync working. These ports are not necessary for Activesync. Activesync works over TCP port 443 [you only need one port open on the firewall]
- Goddady, Verisign, etc. Certificate (Fully Qualified SSL Cert). [FALSE] A simple unsigned and unverified certificate is fine. Save yourself some time, money, and frustration. Go with a simple certificate. If you want a valid certificate, opt for the Godaddy $13.00 special. Google: “Godaddy SSL” you will see a Godaddy adword at the top advertising a $13.00 certificate.
- Install the certificate on the iPhone. [FALSE] You do not need to install any certificates on the phone. Save time!! Don’t do it. It will not improve your chances to sync. This will make the situation worse. Don’t do it.
- You need to update your iPhone to the latest firmware. [FALSE] If your Windows 2003 Exchange server is configured correctly, your iPhone will connect correctly.
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