Monday, December 12, 2011 1:15 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Windows Phones work just fine! New Pluralsight Course – Designing & Deploying Exchange 2016 (70-345) Compliance and Archiving Ebooks and Training Office 365 for IT Pros Exchange Server Troubleshooting Companion Migrating to Exchange Server 2016 Exchange Home About Books Training Podcast Advertise Contact Practical 365 Exchange Server ProOffice 365 and Exchange Server News - Tips - Tutorials Exchange 2016 Exchange 2013 Office 365 PowerShell SSL Certificates Reply
The dev device isn't really the same thing.) The better solution altogether is to get an SSL cert issued from a trusted root. So, does anyone happen toknow if Microsoft at least acknowledged this issue and are working on a fix? Please try the request again. We have no IT for our server and it took me all day to figure out what the setngs should be (which was not helped by the fact that I don't http://exchangeserverpro.com/exchange-activesync-windows-phone-outlook-error-80072f0d/
i cannot connect to microsoft exchange outlook email with my windows phone. As there are no official ways to install custom root ca cert for windows phone 7 yet, I emailed my hotmail account a copy of my root ca cer file, and If I try to install the cert as a .cer it says successfully installed. Anyone have any ideas?
This seems to be particularly a problem for SBS users who use self-generated certificates using the SBS wizard. 0 This discussion has been inactive for over a year. It doesn't give you the option to download the file, same behavior when browsing to the website on a computer. I do not know. Error Code 80072f89 Windows Phone Email should now successfully work. (0 vote(s)) Helpful Not helpful Comments (0) Help Desk Software by Kayako Android BlackBerry iPhone / iPad Windows Central Connectedly SIGN UP|LOG IN Today's Posts Popular
If so, can anyone tell me if the WM5 exchange push works as well as Good? 80072f0d Windows Update That is easy: $$$. I copied our cert to it via the usb cable and once it installed it showed up under root certificates. Once received it can be downloaded and activated.
Tuesday, November 23, 2010 1:08 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Is there a way to do this on an IIS server? Windows Phone 7.5 Error Code 80072f89 Now MS, just waitng for Cut and Paste, Multi Tasking, On Device Encryption and a built in Mobile VPN client. Monday, February 06, 2012 10:54 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I didnt have to do any of the certificate crap. We had to hold off installing SP2 because of Blackberry's and them not offically supporting it.
I just got myself a Nokia Lumia 900 and I was having Certificate errors. http://www.brighthub.com/mobile/windows-mobile-platform/articles/120455.aspx They won't even connect to their own system as well as these other devices they're trying to compete with. Windows Phone Certificate Error 80072f89 For me there were two ROOT CA certificates.... Error Code 80072f0d Windows Phone Find Paul on Twitter, LinkedIn, or Facebook.
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Monday, December 26, 2011 8:47 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I successfully copied the certificates after I logged into my employers Outlook Web Access Exchenge server. Next you need to get the certificate onto the Windows Phone device. Does it have to do anything with MIME Types on the IIS Server? news email sync exchange share|improve this question edited Apr 26 '12 at 15:13 Sathya 1175 asked Apr 25 '12 at 8:41 zmurf 269211 add a comment| 1 Answer 1 active oldest votes
In Windows Mobile 6 I could use pfx files or two separate .cer files but now in Windows Mobile 7 I didn't understand what installation has done. It Looks Like There's A Problem With The Certificate For Reply
Tuesday, November 16, 2010 6:15 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote For my HTC 7 Trophy I just emailed myself the certificate I used for desktop Outlook, installed http://www.jacco2.dds.nl/networking/p12imprt.html 3) On the Treo, run p12import, browse to the .pfx file you copied, type in your password, and tap "import certificate". 4) That's it. Any one has a solution on this? 0x86000c1c This is what I have done to make my work: On Server side: 1-Exchange certificate must match mail server name, i.e.: mail.myserver.com; 2-Make sure to follow instructions of KB817379 to create
All I had to do was follow AllCammedUP's suggestions and I was done. Why do Microsoft insist on making you jump through hoops?? I hope this information is helpful. http://introbuilder.net/windows-phone/windows-phone-7-outlook-certificate-error-80072f0d.php I have tried the new Android and now the HTC Windows 7 phone and can't get either to work.
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