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I am very new to ActiveSync and I would like to learn if I have to do something about the ActiveSync heartbeat threshold on Kerio Mailserver.

I have read on Apple knowledgebase article on that Heartbeat threshold for Microsoft Exchange should be set to 59 minutes to avoid problems.

Is there any way to set this interval on Kerio? Or is it not needed at all? I could not find anything on documentation.

Best regards.

[Updated on: Mon, 01 December 2008 11:08]


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Did you ever find a fix for this? Kerio?

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In the mailserver.cfg file there is a "MobileSync" section, with a "MaxHeartbeatInterval" setting. The default appears to be 1500. 1500 what I don't know, but I'd think its minutes, but might be seconds. Anyone from Kerio want to verify this?
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mirada wrote on Thu, 20 June 2013 21:16
Did you ever find a fix for this? Kerio?

Fix for what? What's wrong?
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