Connecting Samsung I730 to exchange server. Please help

Discussion in 'ActiveSync' started by DKF, Apr 14, 2007.

  1. DKF

    DKF Guest

    I am trying to sync my Samsung I730 running WM5 to my small business server
    2003. I have added the exchange server SP2 patch and rebooted the server.
    I am running zonealarm on my server but the problem is the same whether zone
    alarm is enabled or disabled.

    I have looked at some of the logs and get an error message 0x80072EE2. I
    also have something in the log that says "no XIP information available."

    I can use OWA to access my server just fine even with zone alarm enabled so
    I think I have the right IP in my phone to try and connect. When I hit the
    "sync" button the green button on my phone spins and it says "syncronizing"
    at the bottom of the screen. However, there is no activity in the bar at
    the bottom of the screen. After 60 seconds or so I get a line at the top
    of my phone screen (just under the Exchange Server) line that says
    "syncronizing folders" That goes on for 45 seconds or so, still with no
    activity in the bar at the bottom of the screen. The sync then stops and I
    got a message that says "syncronized: none"

    Is there a good place I can go that will give me a detailed, step by step
    guide to what I have to do here. I'm new at this and I'm out of ideas.
    Any help you can give me would be most appreciated. Thanks in advance.
    DKF, Apr 14, 2007
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  2. DKF

    DKF Guest

    It seems it was a certificate problem that I almost have solved. I tried to
    create a certificate (again, I'm new at this) and it let me syncronize but I
    can't connect with a SSL connection. When I check that box I get the same
    results, lots of spinning but no data being transferred. Can someone please
    help me create a certificate that will allow me to use a SSL connection?
    DKF, Apr 15, 2007
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  3. Chris De Herrera, Apr 17, 2007
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