SBS 2003 and pocketpc 2003SE, outlook

Discussion in 'Windows Small Business Server' started by Raymond, Apr 26, 2005.

  1. Raymond

    Raymond Guest

    Hi all,

    Maybe a strange question but i dont get it to work. I want to set up an
    email account on a qtek with pocketpc 2003. I have a sbs 2003 server and
    getting email using smtp. Now, when i configure the pocketpc i can choose pop
    or imap4. For imap i have to fill in incoming server name and outgoing....and
    i dont have a clue what to fill in. Hopefully 1 of you have done this before.

    Thanks in advance,
    Raymond
     
    Raymond, Apr 26, 2005
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    Jerry zhao Guest

    Hi Raymond,

    Thanks for your posting.

    From your description, I understand that you would like to how to configure
    the IMAP on the PocketPC. If I'm off base, please let me know.

    Normally, the incoming and outgoing server should be the public IP
    address/FQDN of the SBS server.

    For the information about how to enable the IMAP4 service and publish it,
    you can refer to the following KB:

    The default POP3 and IMAP4 virtual servers are stopped and you cannot
    connect to the POP3 and the IMAP4 services in Windows Small Business Server
    2003
    http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;837368

    For more information about the IMAP4 service:

    Hardening Exchange 2003 Servers
    http://www.microsoft.com/technet/prodtechnol/Exchange/guides/E2k3SecHardGuid
    e/9b55d1bd-62b5-44c6-b28d-62ef43eee532.mspx

    If there is anything else that I can do for you, please feel free to
    contact me, and I will be happy to help!

    Best regards,

    Jerry Zhao (MSFT)

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    Jerry zhao, Apr 27, 2005
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    Raymond Guest

    Hi Jerry,

    Thanks for your respons. Maybe i was wrong here but my goal is to get to my
    email on the sbs server from the PDA with pocketpc 2003. I dont know if i map
    is the toll to do that with. So when i do have an internet connection(gprs,
    wireless, cell line) i want to be able to go to pocket outlook and read,
    write, send, receive mail. Is that possible and if so, how can i send that
    up? The imap way didnt work. I do have connection, i set it up as you said,
    including on the server(service, firewall, even forwarded port 143 on the
    modem).

    Any thought is welcome,
    Raymond
     
    Raymond, Apr 27, 2005
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    Jerry zhao Guest

    Hi Raymond,

    Thanks for your update.

    As for your scenario, it is better for us to isolate the root of the issue
    and make sure if the problem is on the server side or not. To do so, we can
    configure an outlook on a client PC in the LAN to receive e-mails using
    IMAP. For detailed steps, you can refer to the following MS article:

    How to configure Outlook to receive e-mail messages from an IMAP server
    http://support.microsoft.com/kb/286197/EN-US/

    If you can successfully receive e-mails from outlook using IMAP, that would
    prove that the setting on the SBS server side is OK. Then you may need to
    contact the PocketPC vendor for the information about how to configure on
    the PocketPC.

    Please feel free to let me know if you have any questions or if you need
    further assistance. It's my pleasure to be of assistance.

    Best regards,

    Jerry Zhao (MSFT)

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    Jerry zhao, Apr 28, 2005
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