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Topic # 31704 27-Mar-2009 15:46
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Hi all,

Does anyone know how I can install a self signed certificate to enable SSL when syncing with a microsoft exchange server?





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  Reply # 203754 27-Mar-2009 16:29

Try using Apple's iPhone Configuration Utility to create a profile, if I remember correctly you can specify certs under the Credentials tab

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  Reply # 203761 27-Mar-2009 16:53
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Try using Apple's iPhone Configuration Utility to create a profile, if I remember correctly you can specify certs under the Credentials tab

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  Reply # 203768 27-Mar-2009 17:13
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Email the SSL cert to a webmail account such as gmail. Access this account via safari on the iPhone. Open the attached certificate - the iPhone will ask if you want to install it so say yes. And that's it.

Couldn't believe how easy it was. Have set up a few on various SBS servers in this way and haven't had any issues whatsoever

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  Reply # 203813 27-Mar-2009 23:21

Any chance you could delete my post freitasm? apparently I broke it and can't edit it :P

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