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    Hi

    I use my exchange 2010 account on my iPad 2 and it works fine. You will need a fully valid ssl cert else u will get errors.

    Other than that just follow the on screen prompts enter the info and your away.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LeonieCol View Post
    mb2k01: Yes Outlook, Outlook Anywhere and OWA works fine. And Exchagne can sync with other mobile devices, jsut not the iPad.
    Yes this is the first time I am trying to set up this user's mailbox on an iPad. As far as I am aware no-one else uses iPads at home with their mail. I do know that a teacher tried to set up email on his iPhone and couldn't get it working though, despite me giving him all the relevant settings.
    I would appreciate your stab in the dark!

    I have now installed the certificate but that makes no difference (I didn't think it would). I have tried many times to delete the account and recreate it, reset network settings, turn off and on etc etc.
    OK. My slight stab in the dark then...

    Locate the user in Active Directory Users and Computers.
    Click View -> Advanced features
    Right-click on the User and click Properties
    Click on the Security tab
    Click on the Advanced button
    Tick "Include inheritable permissions from this object's parent"
    Close everything down and re-try accessing on the iPad with their credentials (if you want to test with an alternative username just repeat the above steps for that test username)

    One other thing I have found previously is the username format often seems to get its knickers in a twist - sometimes wanting DOMAIN\username (with no domain being typed in the domain field itself) and other times wanting the domain typed in the domain field with just the username in username.

    Hope my ramblings help! You can see why I didn't post straight away!

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