Tuesday, July 26, 2005

Issues setting up Activesync with a Windows Mobile

Came across a post on Susan's blog http://www.sbsdiva.com where she was setting up Activesync with a Windows Mobile so instead of cluttering up her blog with my experiences thought I would throw the information here.

I agree it should be easier to setup Activesync with a Windows Smartphone. I had similar problems with my phone last year. Although it's an Imate it's the same family of phone as the Audiovoxx.

Anyway as you guessed you need to sort out your internet explorer on the phone first as this will prove whether your phone is correctly connect to it's web access point using GPRS (2 / 2.5G)

From the Start menu it's 8 for Settings, 9 for More, 2 for Data Connections, You need to then have an Internet Connection setup, this may already be pre-created on the phone.
You then need to choose Menu and choose edit connections and then 4 for GPRS connection.

Settings would be as follows
Connects to
The Internet
Access Point
proxy (Should work for cingular but you might need to check their support forum)

Often this set incorrectly is the problem as most of the auto configuration scripts set
this to a WAP access point which will cause Pocket IE to fail as well as Activesync.

Set the remainder to automatic and you should be up and running.

The FQDN as daniel mentioned is your external facing host name, so as per the Microsoft rules I set my internal domain to domain.local and whether I am using dynamic dns or not I purchase a .com for a couple of bucks and create a host record to point to it so my http://domain.tzo.remote now points to say access.domain.com.

The fact that I am using com instead of local doesn't cause a problem and the fact my server is called sbs01 and not access doesn't matter either.

Anyway instead of taking too much of your blog space I pull together all my notes and put it on my blog if anyone is interested.


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