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silver02suby

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We have a good number of iPhones in our company and I'm having a new problem with Activesync. Up until about 6 weeks ago, Push email, contacts and calendar all worked fine. Our SSL certificate expired and I created a new one, and ever since, Activesync stops communicating with our iPhones after a few days. If I go into the email profile on the phone, and either add, or remove, the "domain" setting, it starts working again, for a few days. Then I have to reverse that process.

Is there something wrong with my SSL certificate? Or a step I missed? All other services work fine, but we want to push calendar events and IMAP obviously won't do that. Smile Thanks!
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Found my own problem. As is posted in the KB ... ActiveSync absolutely may not use any ports other than 80/443. If you port forward, it will fail shortly thereafter. That's stupid ... but there it is.
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