Iphone and SBS2003


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Miss Conduct

My customer is runing SBS 2003 SP2. They have several employees with
iPhones. They are using Exchange but NOT hosting their own email. I have no
problem with POP3 mail getting to their phones as long as their Outlook is
closed. I am trying to get interoffice mail to them. My idea is to delete
the Exchange account on their Outlook and only have a POP3 account. If I do
this will the interoffice email be sent out through POP3 and get to them? I
am not worried about the time delay - they are iPhone addicts and can't stand
to have another email address for forwarding.
 
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Diane Poremsky [MVP]

You are going to convert the hosted exchange accounts to POP3? I wouldn't.
Does the hosted exchange support activesync? That's the best way to sync
exchange and iphones.

See Apple's iPhone forum for Mail, Calendar and Contact issues at
http://discussions.apple.com/forum.jspa?forumID=1144



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Leonid S. Knyshov // SBS Expert

My customer is runing SBS 2003 SP2. They have several employees with
iPhones. They are using Exchange but NOT hosting their own email. I have no
problem with POP3 mail getting to their phones as long as their Outlook is
closed. I am trying to get interoffice mail to them. My idea is to delete
the Exchange account on their Outlook and only have a POP3 account. If I do
this will the interoffice email be sent out through POP3 and get to them? I
am not worried about the time delay - they are iPhone addicts and can't stand
to have another email address for forwarding.
iPhone integrates extremely well with Exchange.

Download Apple's enterprise iPhone utility and do this right. It is
pretty simple to configure.

Don't even think of going back to POP3 when you have Exchange available.
Consider working with an Exchange consultant if you run into difficulties.
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Leonid S. Knyshov
Crashproof Solutions
510-282-1008
Twitter: @wiseleo
http://crashproofsolutions.com
Microsoft Small Business Specialist
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