service provides clients running Outlook 2007, Outlook 2010, and mobile
Windows Mobile 6.1 or later with user profile configuration settings. To
use Autodiscover, it
is necessary to either provide the user’s email address and password or
have the user’s
You can use the Test-OutLookWebServices cmdlet from the EMS to
verify that the
service settings are
Test-OutlookWebServices –ClientAccessServer CAS01
users to sync their Windows
Mobile devices with their Exchange mailboxes.
optimized to work across high-latency, low-bandwidth networks, such as those
likely to be
encountered across a mobile phone data connection. Exchange ActiveSync is
automatically when you install the Client Access server role.
Can be configured
from Server Configuration\Client Access > selecting Exchange
ActiveSync on the lower-middle page, right-clicking on the Client Access
server that you want to modify, and then clicking on Properties.
Internal URL - The URL that ActiveSync devices
on the internal network use to access the Client Access server.
External URL - The URL that
ActiveSync devices on the Internet use to access the Client Access
Authentication tab, in a production environment the following should be
selected if the devices have been provisioned with certificates. If they have
not this will prevent all devices from connecting.
You can test
ActiveSync connections with the following EMS cmdlet:
Test-ActiveSyncConnectivity –ClientAccessServer CAS01
–URL http://adatum.com/mail -MailboxCredential "Kim_Akers"
ActiveSync device policies
- To create a policy go
to Organization Configuration\Client Access node
- In the Actions pane, click on
New Exchange ActiveSync Mailbox Policy
nonprovisionable devices: Allow devices that do not support all policies to sync with Exchange.
Once the policy is
created you can edit the policy using the Set-ActiveSyncMailboxPolicy