Also to add on, try removing the certificate and see it the client can connect.
Pretty sure a 401 is a
permissions issue, which would mean they are actually connecting but getting
denied access to the mailbox.
On Tue, May 19, 2009 at 4:28 PM, Todd Lemmiksoo <tlemmiksoo@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
The Sales guy tells me that ActiveSync fails to connect with 401 or 403 errors.
On Behalf Of Patrick
What is the problem you are experiencing?
From: Todd Lemmiksoo
I found my problem and OWA is working again. The ActiveSync rule messed up the SSL listener authentication for OWA.
Has anyone have Exchange ActiveSync working with OWA with ISA 2006?
On Behalf Of Todd Lemmiksoo
A problem started this weekend where my OWA users are being prompted to change their network password even if it is not ready to expire. After they change their password successfully they are denied access. I can use OWA inside the network without any trouble and I not get the change password screen. I do not have a copy of the denied access screen, will try to get one tonight.
Last week I was making changes to Exchange and ISA to give access to OMA and Exchange ActiveSync. How would this have caused the change password screen to be presented to the OWA users.