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  Reply # 430305 23-Jan-2011 19:56 Send private message

To be honest i dont even know where to find it or anything. ive never had to deal with it before... what would the file be called or where would i find it?




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  Reply # 430312 23-Jan-2011 20:13 Send private message

managed to make one from the internet explorer off our remote web workspace but still didnt work (after i installed it on my phone i mean) still no luck




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  Reply # 430330 23-Jan-2011 21:24 Send private message

did you reboot the phone after you installed it?

best if you just ask for some help from the admin who set up the exchange server in the first place.

mine was easy. our exchange server at work is setup with the right certificate which we pay verisign for. no certificate importing hassles etc.




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  Reply # 431011 25-Jan-2011 13:35 Send private message

right... all sorted,

what i did was...

(while on the server network at my office)

1. went to google chrome on my desktop, spanner, options, under the hood, manage certificates.

2. go trusted root certificate authorities.

3. found the certificate from our server.

4. exported it as a DER encoded binary X.509 (.cer) file to the desktop

5. emailed it to my godaddy account on my WP7 phone.

6. clicked on the link installed it AND THEN created the outlook account on my WP7 phone.

IT IS IMPORTANT TO NOT HAVE ANY OUTLOOK ACCOUNTS ACTIVE WHEN INSTALLING THE CERTIFICATE.

thanks for all your help guys!




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  Reply # 440615 17-Feb-2011 11:04 Send private message

just to add to this I have installed SBS 2011 and got my HTC Trophy up and going with a self signed cert. I simply got the certs from my server, copied them to my public folder on my dropbox, emailed myself the link to the public link to the files (to a gmail account) then clicked on the link in gmail, chose to install the cert and finally setup the Exchange account as per normal. All worked first time and took about 3 mins :-)

Hope this helps someone.

 




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