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ExchangeSever in the mobile active sync

I accidentally delete the current setting of my exchange server in my mobile PC and when i try to connect my pocket PC to my personal computer. the computer can't connect to the mobile PC. i try to make another exchange server but it still cant connect. i want to know how to restore the default setting of my exchange server of activesync in my mobile PC.

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Open ActiveSync on the phone and delete the partnerships.
Open ActiveSync on your computer when your phone is NOT connected and delete the partnerships.

You should now be back to square one.

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There is small button that is usually in the battery compartment that you can press with a paper clip to soft reset the phone.

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