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I have just got my MDA Vario II yesterday and have been reading about Push Email, we already have an MS Exchange 2003 SP2 server set up here at work and I am already syncing my mails up with it but how do I get Push Emails to work properly? I have WnW Standard if that is any help :D

Cheers,

Craig

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I have just got my MDA Vario II yesterday and have been reading about Push Email, we already have an MS Exchange 2003 SP2 server set up here at work and I am already syncing my mails up with it but how do I get Push Emails to work properly? I have WnW Standard if that is any help :D

Cheers,

Craig

You can find documents on the MS web site that explain how to get it set up (and how to troubleshoot it) - here's a couple of links to get you started :

Step-by-Step Guide to Deploying Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 SP2 Mobile Messaging with Windows Mobile 5.0-based Devices - http://www.microsoft.com/technet/itsolutio...fpdepguide.mspx

Direct Push Troubleshooting - http://blogs.technet.com/exchange/archive/.../03/424028.aspx

Direct Push and ISA2000 - Problems encountered when using ISA 2000 rather than ISA 2004 and the client OPTIONS commands are not being passed. This article resolves those issues:

http://support.microsoft.com/?ID=304340

There's plenty of other support on Direct Push and many other MoDaCo'ers are using it, so you should be able to get most/any/all questions answered :D

Mark.

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Guest jimbouk

as a user: simply set your device up to activesync with the exchange server (via your pc), then once it has sync'd, disconnect it and turn on direct push in the com manager.

If your IT people haven't changed the default settings and if you can access your mail from your laptop and via owa/oma, it "should" work out of the box.

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Thanks for the links :D

According to the set up I require a "Device SMS Address" - I am guessing T-Mobile supply this to convert an email to SMS? How do I go about getting one?

Thanks,

Craig

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Guest randomelements

No, a Device SMS address is not needed for Direct Push - the SMS address was required for AUTD.

Obviously check that direct push is enabled on the server itself. You may also need to play with the heartbeat reg keys if you have access to the server.

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Ahhh, I see how it all works now... The guy who set up Exchange has tried all weekend to convice me that I needed to contact T-Mobile to get an Email to SMS address, I can now show him that there IS another way to set it up. Slowly learning Exchange now! (I am a SQL kinda guy :D)

Cheers,

Craig

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