Push to Email (Direct Push) on Exchange Server 2007

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Hi friends, I have Exchange Server 2007 and it is working fine with OWA and active sync is configured also but I want to configure push to email (Direct Push) which I don't know how to configure it. If any body knows how to configure it, please help me to configure on Exchange.

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Direct push is what the active sync on Exchange 2007 does. This directly pushes mail to windows mobile devices without them having to plug into their PC to sync. If active sync is configured the way you want then it will work with all enabled users who have a windows mobile device. By default direct push is enabled in Exchange 2007 and all users are enabled for active sync on Exchange 2007. Are you getting an error when you attempt to sync a windows mobile device?

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  • Technochic
    admin - he was asking concering Exchange 2007, not 2003 :-)
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  • Brijesh
    Direct Push requires that UDP port 2883 be open from the Exchange backend server to the Exchange frontend server. The port can be configured using the registry value UDPListenPort under HKLM\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\MasSync\Parameters. If this value is set through the registry, the value must be greater than or equal to 1 and less than or equal to 65535. If you have a firewall between the device and the Exchange server, you must increase the idle connection timeout on the firewall.
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