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  1.    #1  
    So, I'm a recent (FINALLY!!!!) upgrader from a SPCS T600 to a SPCS T650. My company has MS Outlook Webmail operating (Exchange Server 2000, I think), and I had Web Pro (while on my T600) to check email (Clumsy, I know, but our company uses BlackBerry's, and I don't rate one, so I'm left to handle my Treo all on my own).

    However, when I upgraded to the 650, and moved my copy of Web Pro, I'm no longer able to access the Webmail. I get the login prompt, and then (once logged in) I get a http error:

    HTTP=invalid HTTP response. Effective URL is http://**.**.**.**/exchange
    HTTP502 Bad Gateway

    Where the **.**.**.** is the ip address for the exchange server...

    Ideas??
  2. #2  
    Try using http://**.**.**.**/oma instead. OMA is Outlook Mobile Access and works fine on my Exchange server.
    My Treo: Treo 650, Sprint CDMA. SW: 1.08, HW: A.
    My Plan: $105/mo for 2000 AT, Unlimited N&W starting at 7pm, Unlimited PCS to PCS, No Roaming Charges in the U.S., Unlimited PCS Vision, Unlimited SMS & PictureMail.
    My Stats: Using an average of 50MB of PCS Vision per month. 2,500+ photos in my PCS PictureMail account. Had a Treo 600 since 10/24/03, switched to a Treo 650 on 1/5/05.
  3.    #3  
    Hmmmmm...

    "Page not found"

    Thanks though
  4. #4  
    it could be owapda.*****.****/
  5.    #5  
    Nothing there, either...

    Thanks!
  6. #6  
    wow this is very cool guys..thanks!
  7. #7  
    Mine requires "https://*******.******" see if inserting the 's' works
  8.    #8  
    Thanks for everyone's help, but nothing works yet. In fact, none of the options presented here even allow me to login, like I could with my old method.
  9. #9  
    I have a T650 and the https://mail.xxxx.com works with Webpro. However, the OMA or OWAPDA methods don't work.

    Does anyone know if there is a client app that could mimic the login and do a "pull" from the OWA sites? It would be cool to be notified (even though not real time) of an email instead of having to check it.

    The best of course would be realtime IMAP "push" but my multi-billion dollar company can't afford to provide that service and also fears of back doors that will let hackers in!
  10.    #10  
    I've tried that too... We used to use mail.domainname.com/exchange, but were told to switch over to using ip\exchange... Neither work with my T650, while both worked with my T600.

    This sucks.
  11. #11  
    I am able to access Outlook Web via T650 without any problem but my T600 could not display the frames correctly and I use Blazer.
  12. #12  
    Any reason you don't want to just active sync with the server directly? You would have to use Versamail and I never got it to sync the contacts, but it seemed to work for the calander and email. I think it would be faster than checking through the browser.

    Also when you try to hit the OWA are you using domain\userID and then password or are you just entering user ID and password?
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    Try it without the https. Just try http://***.***.***.***/exchange

    If your IT guys have not set up SSL into it then http should work.
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    As far as I know, the Corp. IT folks don't have ActiveSync setup. I've used http:// in the past, with my T600, but, upon transfer to the 650, it doesn't work. Nothing, in fact works, in either Blazer or WebPro (which I got specifically b/c it did work with my 650).

    I'm using domain\id, not just the id... Though, a quick check of just the id.....

    HTTP=Invalid HTTP response. Effective URL is:
    http://mail.*******.com/exchange
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    Oh yeah... Blazer... Just gives me a blank screen. Lets me login there, too, but nothing but that blank screen.
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    Could be having a security problem - my company requires a electronic certificate be put on your computer which identifies the i.p. address and based on that allow s access.
  17. #17  
    Quote Originally Posted by Dorv
    As far as I know, the Corp. IT folks don't have ActiveSync setup. I've used http:// in the past, with my T600, but, upon transfer to the 650, it doesn't work. Nothing, in fact works, in either Blazer or WebPro (which I got specifically b/c it did work with my 650).

    I'm using domain\id, not just the id... Though, a quick check of just the id.....

    HTTP=Invalid HTTP response. Effective URL is:
    http://mail.*******.com/exchange
    So, if my company does have ActiveSync, the url would be the same as the webmail one for the "exchange server" field in VersaMail?

    https://webmail.********.com?
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    ActiveSync doesn't have anything to do with Outlook Web Access. OWA is set up in IIS and is automatically set up with Exchange.

    Unless your MX record (internet record that tells E-Mail what IP address to go to) is webmail.******.com, then this will not work.

    Generally, MX records are set up like this: mail.*********.com or pop.*******.com & smtp.********.com (the second is usually used for VERY LARGE corporations that find it necessary to have two servers to handle their mail (one incoming, and one outgoing).

    Talk to your IT guys and see if you have the ability to check your E-Mail from a web browser from outside your corporate network. If it is, get the address and pop it in your normal browser from home first. If it works, then try it in your Treo. If it doesn't work in your Treo, then something may be going on in the server, since I (and other people), don't have any issues pulling up OWA.
  19. #19  
    Why use web access when you can use Snappermail and Mergic VPN and get your exchange email quickly and easily?
  20. #20  
    there have been some good suggestions tossed out, but just to summarize:

    */exchange/ could be any version of exchange
    */oma/ AND activesync are both unique to Exchange 2003. E2k3 OWA uses shades of blue rather than grey
    */owa-pda/ probably not on Exchange 2003, and I think it was difficult to install on 5.5

    To answer one person's question, Activesync doesn't have an URL that is visible to the end user as it only passes machine-readable data. Versamail only needs the hostname of your Exchange server; it knows the rest of the path for its request.

    The comment regarding MX records - not necessarily accurate. Many MX records point at anti-spam services. FWIW, OWA, OMA and ActiveSync are all set up by default on Exchange 2003. You administer certain elements within IIS, and others within Exchange.

    I've spent the last week or so trying to make a bunch of VZW Treos, Versamail and Exchange play nice. I found that we could crash Versamail when syncing an email with an attached email, with an attachment embedded there too. Versamail also doesn't respect folder heirarchies nor does it sync contacts as someone noted - this is by design. Unfortunately the Treo ActiveSync implementation is half-baked and unreliable, at least on VZW
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