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    Now that we know the 650 comes with ActiveSync (for direct connection to Microsoft Exchange without a redirector or enterprise server), how likely is it that this software will be available for the 600 also? And, how difficult is it to deploy on the Exchange side?
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    It will not be available for the 600.
    http://www.palmone.com/us/products/s...esync-faqs.epl
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    on the server side the software either requires exchange 2000 with mobile information server or exchange 2003 with outlook mobile access or whatever it's called turned on...
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    Thanks for the page at palmone, KR. Good information, but it's a little disappointing that it has less functionality than the 3rd-party solutions, e.g. no wireless sync of tasks, contacts, and no access to folders other than Inbox. Kenundrum, it looks like it won't actually work with E2K, only with E2003, at least according to the published spec. That, plus finding a way to get through our particular VPN may prove to be a real challenge.
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    very dissapointing to here this wont be reverse engineered, I've been using OMA to get access to my SBS 2003 exchange server.

    will be interesting to see if someone deliveres a reverse engineer solution to make this happen.

    Dean
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    Quote Originally Posted by tangible
    That, plus finding a way to get through our particular VPN may prove to be a real challenge.
    Mobile ActiveSync is an HTTP-based protocol and can be run over SSL, just like OWA itself.

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