Exchange OMA access

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I am having an issue that just started happening. I am able to use ActiveSync and receive and send mail from my mobile device but I am unable to pull up Outlook mobile access, I receive the following error on the screen. Outlook(R) Mobile Access is supported only on Microsoft(R) Exchange Server 2003. Currently your mailbox is stored on an older version of Exchange server. Please contact your system administrator for additional assistance. this did work previously, only change over the weekend was reinstallation of ESM and SP2 to try and correct a public folder problem. I am not sure when this actually broke, it may have been the same time the public folder management did. any ideas would be helpful

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It sounds like you are running exchange in a front-end back-end setup and the servers are no longer at the same patch level. Check that first.

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  • UGSMailMan
    Also, use a browser inside the network to test OMA connectivity throught the front-end server. If you can get to the OMA links that represent your mail, you know OMA is working and the problem is between your front end and your mobile device.
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