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neoslaker

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Hi,
I'm using for last month, activesync on my Qtek9100 without SSL.

So, today i try to use with SSL : that works great Smile but only with wireless !

Don't work with GPRS connexion : Error code 0x85010004

somebody have any ideas ?

Thanks a lot
Jérémie
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dbarak

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Make sure you open port 443 on your router
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neoslaker

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port 443 is open, because it works with wireless, with external domain access

thanks
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neoslaker

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Hi,
that works now !

the problem : i use IP filtering to access all kerio mailserver services.

No problems with wireless, but don't works with Orange mobile.
So, i don't have the same IP address on http or https connexion by my qtek 9100 ...
Very great Orange ...

I add the IP used with https connexion, and that finally works ...

thanks, all

Jérémie
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