RE: Cached Exchange Mode

  • From: "Mulnick, Al" <Al.Mulnick@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: "'[ExchangeList]'" <exchangelist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 30 Jun 2004 14:05:27 -0400

Are you waiting for cached mode to update the server before checking the
PDA?  What is the configuration of the PDA in relation to the client?  
What version of AS are you using?


From: Eric Lanyon [mailto:ELanyon@xxxxxxx] 
Sent: Wednesday, June 30, 2004 1:02 PM
To: [ExchangeList]
Subject: [exchangelist] Cached Exchange Mode

Current Config:
Exchange 2000 Server on Windows 2000 Server OS; local to me.
Client:  WinXP Pro, 1.8Ghz, 768MB RAM, Outlook 2003, ActiveSync 3.7.1,
Compaq PocketPC
We are looking at implementing Outlook 2003 with Exch2003 with Cached
Exchange Mode at our various offices to try and get rid of local file/email
servers.  They would login with cached credentials and use offline files.  
In testing this in my current config, my PocketPC is half communicating.   I
get an email and ActiveSync works and puts it to my PDA.  I then read the
email or delete it from my Outlook inbox.  ActiveSync appears to be syncing
but nothing happens on the PocketPC side.  Emails are still in the inbox or
show as having never been read.  ActiveSync indicates everything is sync'd
up properly.  If I uncradle and recradle the PocketPC ActiveSync syncs
happily.  If I read/delete the email from the PDA, ActiveSync works taking
the appropriate action in my Outlook inbox.  This behavior just started
after enabling the Cached Exchange Mode.  
This is also happening with another tester with the same setup I have.  My
users have PDAs so I am looking for suggestions on this problem.  Any ideas?


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