Phones (Moto Qs) have been active for over a year now and working great.
Androids are new. ALL of the phones have this issue. It's not a cert. The
only thing I have changed that could affect this on the server (since I
don't see this as a client or phone issue since all are having the same
issues) is I uninstalled Trend WFBS and reinstalled WFBS latest version with
SP (moved to another partition).
I still can't see how logging into the XP client and bringing up Outlook on
that client will then enable that phone for that client to then get the
emails. The phones are acting like the Outlook client and going offline
then resyncing when logging in.
As another test I had all of the clients ctrl-alt-del lock screens vs. log
out so as to keep Outlook clients working. Phones updating work great then!
This is very weird to me.
Any other thoughts?
"Ace Fekay [MVP-DS, MCT]" <aceman@newsgroup> wrote in message
> "Richard K" <rkokoski@newsgroup> wrote in message
>> SBS2003 Premium
>> 11 Windows XP Pro clients
>> 2 Motorola Q (Windows Mobile 6) phones (Verizon)
>> 2 HTC Android phones (Verizon)
>> OK, this one stumps me. I have verified that this is happening on all of
>> the phones. Here is what is happening. The phones are are not getting
>> updated email to the phones unless the user logs in and syncs their
>> client at their computer with the SBS2003. Basically users go home at
>> end of the day and log out. The phones immediately stop receiving any
>> email. When the clients go back into the office in the morning they log
>> back into the domain and open up Outlook. Once they open up Outlook and
>> Outlook syncs with the SBS the phones then get updated with all of the
>> that Outlook just received. The phones basically sync when the Outlook
>> the XP Pro machines syncs.
>> It makes no sense to me and this is happening with all of the phones and
>> clients so it's something with the server.
>> Any ideas?
>> -Richard K
> How was ActiveSync configured on the phones?
> Were they configured over the air, such as not with the desktop, or were
> they configured using the ActiveSync/Windows Mobile Device Center while
> connected to the desktop?
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