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    Ok so i know there was a couple of other thread out there for this issue but for some reason (maybe i'm missing some steps or something) i still can't connect to my works 2010 Exchange Server. Their server is https://mymail.northbay.org and i put in all the correct information and i keep coming back with a user name and password not valid. Not sure what i'm doing wrong or if it's even an issue that's on my end that i can fix but it's be really helpful to get it going so i can recieve emails while out in the field. Thanks for any help ya'll can throw my way.
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    I can tell you it works with our exchange 2010 so it can work. perhaps you need another username (try mailadress instead of username) or take a easier password for the beginning.

    It could also be a certificate problem, try Palm Support : Installing self-signed and privately issued certificates .

    You could install lumberjack to get more infos on the error you are recieving.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gizmo21 View Post
    I can tell you it works with our exchange 2010 so it can work. perhaps you need another username (try mailadress instead of username) or take a easier password for the beginning.

    It could also be a certificate problem, try Palm Support : Installing self-signed and privately issued certificates .

    You could install lumberjack to get more infos on the error you are recieving.
    So i tried the certificates, no change... I tried using my who email address but nothing and my password is pretty simple so i don't think it's that... i'm going to try installing lumberjack now to see if i can get more info...
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    got lumberjack installed but how do i just pull for the email so i can toss that log up here?
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    I also use Exchange server-2010.

    From what i know:
    1. It could be a problem of access to the mail server. Speak to your mail admin in this regard
    2. It could be a problem of certificate. Use the built in browser to navigate to the web-site: https://mymail.northbay.org and it put up certificate error / warnings select the appropriate option that is flashed. Installing the certificate is a good option. I tried to navigate to the site and my Google Shrome did not throw up any warnings so you should not be having problems.

    K
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    Do you need to enter a domain (ActiveDirectory/Windows domain) or are you supposed to leave it blank?
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    In my case i need to enter the domain.

    K
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    Are you sure it's using https? My work's exchange server uses http. Probably not a wise idea but who am I to question their security decisions? By the way, great to see a fellow Northern Ontario netizen here in the forums!

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