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In IOS 11 Apple change the way to handle certicates. We try to setup a iPhone X with Kerio Connect 9.2.5p3 as Exchange Client (active sync license ist active in Kerio). The self signed cert from Kerio dont match the name if they use an external url and so we get a warning. Thats ok. In Older IOS you can say: ignore and continue this cert anyway tu use SSL.

In IOS 11 this seems not working anymore. There is no ignore while setup the connection. We try to download the cert over webbrowser, visit the Kerio server, click integration, navigate to mobile devives and get it but it wont import and don't show up in the certificate managmend to activate it.

In IOS < 10.3 it works without problems and Android works too. I know its an Aplle thing but we have not much knowledge about Apple iPhones. Anyone who have a solution?

Connections withouts SSL works well and the Exchange account on the iPhone can be used. But this is only for testing, we need to turn on SSL.

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Andreas
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Oh, just a quick note: we try to use the automatic device setup over the webpage ... it work Smile This was the first time we try out this feature (my shame). The Exchange connection with SSL ist setup fine and all people are happy.

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Andreas
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