iPhone Question

Discussion in 'Hangar Talk' started by ScottM, Jul 1, 2008.

  1. ScottM

    ScottM Taxi to Parking

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    Does there need to be any special set up at the network side of where you email server is to service the iPhone if your server is behind a corporate firewall? On the M$ based phones you need to support active synch and I was wondering how the iPhone guys do it. I can see if you can hit a pop server from an Internet connection so no mystery there.
     
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    A friend's iPhone had an option for "Exchange Server" mail. Not sure if it was a pure MAPI connection or an ActiveSync type connection (which actually connects on 443 as https). I suspect the former since the ActiveSync technology would have to be licensed from Microsoft. That's a guess, though.
     
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    Just found it. The new version supports active synch for enterprise solutions.
     
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    Christ, I don't know. I just hit the pretty button and, boom, there's my email.:dunno: