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    So, after searching through the forums, I can't seem to find anyone having this problem. I just got a Touchpad today and have done all the system updates for it. When I try to setup my exchange email, it won't take it. I've setup the corporate email for everyone in the office on their phones, so I'm not sure what I could be doing wrong.

    Everytime I try to Sign In, I get error code 3099: http connection error: 7. Is there something I'm missing or a little trick to getting it to take? Maybe even if someone knew what the error meant, it would point me in the right direction. Thanks.
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    Try searching in the synergy/sync subforum, there's been a few discussions about Exchange work email issues, the specifics of I can't remember.
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    hmm mine works fine, doe it work on other devices like iphone etc?

    thanks
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    Thanks for the advice on the subforum. I will also look there.

    @robotech1985 It does. I have had it work on a Iphone 3g, Iphone 3gS, Motorola Atrix (Android), and a Motorola Droid X (Android). So, I know that I've got the right info. I even double checked on all those devices that I was using the right mail server and what not.

    Question: Do you setup your corp email with "Microsoft Exchange" icon or the "Email Account" icon? Ours is run through Exchange, so that is what I've been using. Also, did it sync just by putting in your username and password or did you have to do the additional fields?
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    Does your server support SSL encryption? If not, you might need to change the server url to use http:// instead of https://
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    I am having the same issues, however the details can be setup on my pre 3 with no issues and receiving fine, but will not setup on the touchpad.
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    Huge update to this problem!! After spending longer than I care to admit on this problem, I've come to figure out the error. If you are connected to your company's Wifi, the reason it won't connect, at least for me, is because you have an internal and external DNS. So, where as my mail server is mail.mydomain.net. My mail server when I'm connected to the wifi is 10.0.0.200 or CPSSBS01. That is the name of the server. If you switch this around, it will probably work.

    So, now onto part 2. Now that I have figured this out, I'm trying to find a workaround. By the way, this happens on all OS's for all devices. Figured it out because of testing through my Atrix. I've seen some people on the Apple forums talking about changing your DNS to a public DNS but I'm not sure about that. Does anyone have any ideas for fixing? It could be client or server side. Thanks.
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    Did you ever figure out a fix? Thanks.

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