Configuring Exchange ActiveSync WITHOUT Microsoft ISA Server

In the finest traditions of the Open Source Vs MS products, I have just been told that i cannot put in an ISA serer in the DMZ to enable Exchange ActiveSync. Dammit this means that i have to mess around with all sorts of Firewall rules, redirection and all manner of stuff. I just hope that i can find some info that doesn’t keep referencing ISA 2004 all the time… well, I’ll keep you posted….

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2 Responses to Configuring Exchange ActiveSync WITHOUT Microsoft ISA Server

  1. Greg says:

    Ah, well it could be worse.  You might have the ISA Server in place, but still not be able to make it work… 🙂

  2. Brett says:

    I can’t get it to work internally at all… some issue with certificates that keeps stopping it. As far as i have been able to determine, the existing Firewall bit that does the re-direction for OWA will also work with the activesync. So now all i need to is get the SSL certificates to work and Bob’s my uncle…

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