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Leenoble

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I am currently using a self signed certificate on both our Exchange server and on my HTC S710. However I am unable to get the HTC device to sync email, contacts, etc with my exchange server.

Is it possible to use a self signed certifiacte for this or should I purchase a 3rd party one?

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I am currently using a self signed certificate on both our Exchange server and on my HTC S710. However I am unable to get the HTC device to sync email, contacts, etc with my exchange server.

Is it possible to use a self signed certifiacte for this or should I purchase a 3rd party one?


In this case, since you control this server, and you know that the server you're connecting to is is trustworthy, a self-signed certificate is perfectly fine to use.

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Leenoble,

What is the error Active Sync is reporting when attempting to sync?

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As long as you install the cert on the device, this should work fine!

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