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.
You may want to call VZW tech support if you are having difficulty setting it up.
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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.
You will need active sync http://www.microsoft.com/windowsmobile/en-us/downloads/microsoft/activesync-download.mspx
To install and set up ActiveSync on the computer 1. Install ActiveSync on your PC, as described on the Windows Mobile® Getting Started Disc. 2. After Setup completes, the Synchronization Setup Wizard automatically starts when you connect your phone to the PC. The wizard will guide you to create a synchronization 3.Select the information types to synchronize between your phone and computer. If you will synchronize your phone with both your computer and Exchange Server, do the following: • For the Contacts, Calendar, E-mail, and Tasks items, choose whether to synchronize them with the computer or with the Exchange Server. These items cannot be synchronized to both. • Select the check boxes of the other information types if you want to synchronize them with your computer. 4.Click Next. 5. Click Finish. When you finish the wizard, Active Sync synchronizes your phone automatically. Once synchronization completes, you can disconnect your phone from your PC.
After that if you setup the program correctly every time you will connect your phone with computer will be automatic synchronized
First thought is that your certificate expired. That would explain why it would work one day and not the next.
Next thought is that you made a change to the IIS server they use to sync. Try deleting the partnership on one phone and recreating it.
it might be trying to configure a microsoft exchange sync thats why its giving you that message you may want to try and uninstall activesync and download the lastest verizon 4.5. during install do not click on check box that says connect to exchange server and try to sync again, should get you taken care of,
Unless you are trying to sync with another Microsoft Exchange Server (say at your new Job) or you are running an Exchnage server at home on a dedicated server.. you will not be able to set your phone up with exchange.
One Suggestion I may have would be to setup outlook on your phone to connect to your email via Imap4 or POP3.
You might want to remove the activesync partnership to your old company if you havent done so allready to help get rid of the exchnage sync error's.
There is small button that is usually in the battery compartment that you can press with a paper clip to soft reset the phone.
However, a soft reset will not fix your ActiveSync problem.
Here's what to do:
Open ActiveSync and go into the settings/options.
Delete any partnerships you see.
Now verify the following settings with your Exchange Administrator to make sure you have them right:
Server name: (a.k.a. your public server name)
Use SSL: Yes or No
Domain: (a.k.a. your private Windows Domain)
Now verify that your Exchange Admin has enabled ActiveSync for your account.
If the settings are correct and ActiveSync is enabled, you should now be able to set up working ActiveSync partnership.
You may have tried Exchange ActiveSync in VersaMail
When you setup an Exchange ActiveSync account in VersaMail, you are asking your Treo to synchronize email and your calendar with an Exchance 2003 server. In order to prevent duplicates, VersaMail disables Calendar synchronization via HotSync while the account exists on your Treo.
So if you are an Exchange ActiveSync (EAS) user, you have a choice; you either sync wirelessly or you can delete the EAS account in VersaMail and can then sync your Calendar via HotSync. You cannot do both unfortunately.