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  1. #1
    DRU
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    Question Problems with Exchange 2000. How to make it work???

    I've got a Treo 650 that I'm trying to get setup to work with our exchange server here at work. I have complete access to the exchange server so I can do whatever I need to do. We use Exchange Server 2000.

    I went into the VersaMail and selected Exchange. I set it up using our mail.domain.com address and the username/password combination.

    When I select TEST at the end of account setup I'm getting the following:

    Sucess!!! Accessed Server, but incorrect version.

    Well...incorrect version of what!? VersaMail, Exchange Server, or what? And what version do I need?

    When I try and actually run a Sync I get the following:

    There was a problem syncing messages.
    (0006)HTTP/1.1 405 Method Not Allowed
    Server: Microsoft - IIS/5.0

    Any information on what I need to do to make this work would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!

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    Wrong version of Exchange...you need Exchange 2003:

    PalmOne Support Page: Requirements

    Requirements for Exchange ActiveSync on a Treo smartphone


    Users:
    VersaMail 3.0 included with Treo 650*
    Corporate email username
    Corporate email password
    Corporate email address
    Corporate Exchange Server address
    Corporate or wireless proxy server if necessary
    Corporate infrastructure:
    Microsoft Exchange Server 2003
    Activated mobile access for users (this is the default)
    Allow access to Exchange Server via SSL with or without a proxy

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    Absolutely correct, the ActiveSync part of VersaMail only works with a MS Exchange 2003 server. Your best bets are:

    1) Check to see if your exchange server is setup for IMAP access.

    2) Set a rule in OL to forward your email to a POP3 account and then access the email there. (at least you can read the email at that point)

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