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mountaindogs

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Apple 10.5.6 running one web site on port 80, a different site on 443 due to needing to log in, and Kerio web service running on 4433. One static public ip address.

Things from a web perspective work fine. I can point my browser to https://protected.example.com and get my website and I can point to https://protected.example.com:4433 and get kerio webmail.

This works fine with the iPhone via Safari. Activesync on the iPhone allows me to use protected.example.com:4433 as the server name and syncs.

On a Windows Mobile 6 device using that same address, sync fails. If I shutdown the web site and put kerio onto 443, Activesync works. Using I.E. on the device I can browse to https://protected.example.com:4433 with no problems.

I've tried a rewrite of https://protected.example.com/webmail -> https://protected.example.com:4433 but it seems WM6 didn't like /webmail in the server field settings. The rewrite works using the browser.

Is 443 hard coded into WM6's Activesync?
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Petr Dobry (Kerio)

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mountaindogs wrote on Sat, 31 January 2009 02:56


Is 443 hard coded into WM6's Activesync?


Yes, it is.

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mountaindogs

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Kerio_pedobry wrote on Sat, 31 January 2009 03:12

mountaindogs wrote on Sat, 31 January 2009 02:56


Is 443 hard coded into WM6's Activesync?


Yes, it is.

That's a bummer.

Can Nokia's activesync use a different port number? Such as the Nokia 5800 or E71?
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qbjack

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Yes, the Nokia app "Mail for Exchange" can use any port you specify.
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