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    Exchange 2007 and Mobile Phones

    Okay we have Windows 2008 running Exchange 2007 at the moment published via Forefront TMG. I'm currently having difficulty using BIS (Blackberry Internet Service) to setup my Blackberry and I can't get an iPhone to work on our system either. See the attached screenshot of the errors:error messages.jpg

    Okay the first is when I try using an account that doesn't exist (testing purposes really) and the second if when I try with my own account? Any ideas guys I'm getting fed up with this <insert expletive>

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    Have you considered installing BES Express in your environment Wes? It's FREE and would be better managed + you get your calendar, tasks etc.

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    I have (Already installed to test) but it uses port 3101 to sync to Blackberry SRP servers and that port is blocked by our LEA

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    We have a similar situation, but asked for port 3101 to be unblocked. They had already received the same request from other schools and it was a very quick process. Result: working Blackberries!



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