I have a Verizon XV 6800 that I use to sync remotely to our Exchange Server. For the last 3 days it has not worked and I get Error Code 80070002 and the message that synchronization could not be completed and to try again later. I have been trying for 3 days!
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The way to sync with Exchange Server (as detailed in the documentation that came with the phone and as I have it set up following those instructions) is:
- You go to the verizon wireless website, create your verizon account, enter all the details for your exchange server (address, username, password, etc).
- The VZW server pulls info from your exchange server and then the VZW server sends this info to your handheld.
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Some types of email accounts require manual synchronization of subfolders. To manually sync a folder, open the folder and tap the sync icon in the lower-right corner. You may be able to avoid the need to manually sync folders by turning off auto-filtering features (on the server), if these features are enabled. See your network administrator for assistance with locating and changing the auto-filter settings.
Check with your IT department and find out whether your data is stored on a single Exchange 2003 server, and whether the server uses forms-based authentication or virtual Exchange directories. If yes, work with your IT department to update the server configuration. For info on the required server configuration, see Method 2 in the Resolution section of the following article: support.microsoft.com/kb/817379 . After updating the server configuration, delete the Exchange account on your phone, and then add the Exchange account on your phone again.
I wonder if your 'Sync to current time zone' box, under 'Start > Settings > System tab > Clock & Alarms > Time tab', is unchecked...
Other thoughts: check, with a Task Manager, if ActiveSync is running in the background. If so, set its schedule to sync manually. However, if no sync data are set at all, you can either set it to sync with an exchange server, like 'm.google.com' (if you have a google account, that is), or even fill in completely fake exchange server data, provided that the sync schedule is set to manual. Then, you can exit ActiveSync (or even kill its process).
Hope you are able to sort your problems out soon, but, please, let me know if you need further assistance.
To sync email account settings from Outlook to the iPhone via iTunes on your PC, do the following: 1. In iTunes, under Devices, select iPhone. (If your iPhone has been activated, iTunes will automatically display this view.) 2. Click the Info tab. 3. Check the boxes for the items you want to synchronize. In the Email and Calendar lists, verify that Outlook is selected. 4. In the lower right-hand corner of the iTunes window, click Sync. The selected information will sync with iPhone.
If you did not store your password in Outlook, use the following steps to store your password on your iPhone: 1. On the iPhone, press the Home button. 2. Tap Settings. 3. Tap Mail. 4. Under Accounts, tap the desired account. 5. Under Incoming Mail Server, tap Password. The keyboard is displayed and a cursor appears in the Password field. 6. Type your password and tap return. Your password is saved.
Click on this link or copy and paste the complete link into your browser. If I could be of further assistance, let me know. If this helps or solves the issue, please rate it. Thanks, Joe
Start ActiveSync on your 9502 and set it to synchronize with an exchange server. Give your e-mail address, and, if required, the server URL 'm.google.com', and your login credentials to gmail. Follow the screens and make sure you check the box to synchronize your e-mail. By clicking on some 'advanced' hyperlinks (blue colored) along the way, you will be able to set e.g. if you want to receive all the messages currently on the server, or from the last 3 days only, attachments handling, synchronization schedule, and other settings.
Hope you are able to do it without problems.
Older versions of Windows mobile have been having trouble with newer versions of activesync, and older versions of activesync don't run well with Vista. Your companies IT guys have a lot to do with it too as newer security policies can stop phones from syncing using exchange. That's why XP worked...the internet dropping off however was probably not dorectly related. It sounds like it is trying to tether it's Internet from the link to the PC. If this is the case Internet will start working again if you hook it to the PC running XP. Then you just need to find the option to disable tethering and use the provider data service instead.
Beginning with the start menu, go to settings, then sounds & notifications. From the drop down list, go to outgoing message and click the "play sound" box (to empty). That should stop the ringing and vibration.
Hope this helps
You are on the right track.
You need to install the SBS 2003 SP2 package.
It contains Windows Server 2003 SP2 and Exchange 2003 SP2 along with other important updates. (It is a big download.)
Install all of the updates staring with Windows Server SP2.
Once you complete the install of Exchange SP2 your iPhone should sync.
FYI: If you use Remote Web Workplace you will need to forward TCP port 4125 on your firewall to your SBS server after this update or RWW won't work properly.