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Nokia Mail for Exchange

Nokia Mail for Exchange

Nokia Mail for Exchange

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Hi, has anyone managed to configure Nokia's Mail for Exchange software on an E-series (E60,E61,E70) phone? Or have any documentation? I can't find documentation anywhere.

I have the client installed on my E61 and Exchange 2003 SP2 in the office. OWA (Outlook Web Access) is working although the certificate has expired so in a browser it prompts for acceptance. If I go to https://server.domain.com/oma (for Outlook Mobile Access as opposed to OWA) on my laptop then that works so that side of things seems to be configured. When I configure my phone to point to the OMA address it attempts to sync but fails because of the certificate issue.

Is this all there is to it? Because I've read some posts on the net where people have configured Mobile Services in Exchange System Manager with the SMTP domain for the mobile carrier. Is this necessary? Or is what I've done (barring the certificate) correct?

Any advice or documentation would be appreciated?

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