>> "sam" <sam@newsgroup> wrote in message
>>> Couple of Directors just got shiny new iPhones
>>> How do I set them up?
>>> Setup the iPhone - and account varified ok (well I got password wrong
>>> first and I got an error 1st time & it said can't authentcate)
>>> and accepted the Cert (selfsign)
>>> But when I try to get mail I get a message can't Connect to server
>>> I've run the Internet Connection Wizard and enabled Mobile
>>> I've got port 443 open in the router
>>> What more do I need to do?
> >"Tim H" <nospamstupid@newsgroup> wrote in message
>> Make sure the domain name you enter is your netbios name. So your
>> settings will be something like;
>> email: user@newsgroup
>> server: mail.mydomain.com
>> domain: conto (this is not your domain such as contoso.com but instead
>> your netbios name. It may be a truncated version of your actual domain
>> depends on how you set it up)
> >On Fri, 23 Apr 2010 15:31:57 +0100, "sam" <sam@newsgroup> wrote:
>yes, I've got that setup correctly
Use the Microsoft Exchange connectivity test site to make sure all
ports are opened and operational.
And of course, as Tim stated, you will want to use the NetBIOS domain
name when specifying credentials.
Microsoft Exchange Server Remote Connectivity Analyzer https://www.testexchangeconnectivity.com
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