Posted: Wed Nov 08, 2006 11:45 am Post subject: SP2 Active Sync w/WM5
I think I will call B.S. on that.
I installed SP2 on my Exchange box when it first was released. I have no Certificate Servers in my infrastructure. Everything was running fine until maybe a week ago.
Today, for some still unknown reason--Sync works again and I still have no Certificte Servers in my infrastructure. There was something else going on--don't know what it was...but digital certs was not the answer.
A review of my device reveals that there are no digital certs on it besides the default certs that came with the device.
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Posted: Wed Nov 08, 2006 9:39 pm Post subject:
Certificate Servers are not the same as having a digital certificate installed on the OWA server so that port 443 requests are encrypted. You do not have to have a certificate server to use encryption. _________________ Chris De Herrera
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Posted: Fri Mar 16, 2007 5:57 pm Post subject: I hope you can help me.
I can't sync. I have a personal computer not attached to any network or server. I'm running Windows XP Pro, Outlook 2002 (XP), & ActiveSync 4.5. I can't get my Contacts, Calendar, or Tasks from Outlook to my Motorola Q. When I try, I get "ActiveSync has encountered a problem on the desktop, Support Code 86000108." I am able to use ActiveSync to view files on my Q & transfer files back & forth from my desktop & my Q, but it won't sync when it comes to the Outlook stuff. I need help in layman's terms as I don't understand a lot of the tech talk. Any help you can give me would be greatly appreciated. _________________ Joyfully,
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