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Topic # 30289 3-Feb-2009 20:34 Send private message

Has anyone else been having issues with push email connectivity over the last week or so or is it just me?

I believe they are working on my issue, still waiting to hear back . . .

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Reply # 193809 3-Feb-2009 21:14 Send private message

Does it work on 2G






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  Reply # 193814 3-Feb-2009 21:27 Send private message

Nah. It's a client / server issue not a network issue - doing a manual sync sometimes it will connect to server OK, sync email OK but then "System error" once it gets to Calendar.

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Reply # 193819 3-Feb-2009 21:36 Send private message

Possibly two things:

1.Antivirus installed on Exchange Server or
2.Corrupted entry on your calendar

If (1) Black + White needs to check their configuration and check a Microsft KB about this. If (2) then either you delete all your calendar entries or they have to migrate your mailbox to another message store.

I had (2) happening to me before, and I know of at least two cases of (1) in some other installations.






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  Reply # 194344 5-Feb-2009 19:47 Send private message

I turned off all but email sync client side and all was good. Re-enabled calendar and contacts sync and all was then good too.

Now this :-(

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