Exchange server sync with iphones

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iPhone Exchange
Microsoft Exchange 2003
Microsoft Windows Server 2003
Registry Key

we keep getting the same warming every day we all use iphones to receive our emails

IP-based AUTD has detected that the registry value for the maximum heartbeat interval is set to a value greater than the maximum allowable value of [3540] seconds.  As a result, we will proceed with the default maximum heartbeat interval of [2700] seconds and the default minimum heartbeat interval value of [60] seconds.  To avoid seeing this message in the future, please correct this registry value, or omit it entirely in order to use the default.

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I keep changing the Reg keys @ the moment the keys are set to

ExchangeVDir Reg_Sz /exchange-oma

Maxheartbeatinterval Regdword 0x00045000(282624)

Minheartbeatinteral Regdword 0x00000336(822)

Should I keep changing the reg key to the once in the brackets or should I delete the registry key? I'm i missing something on the exchange server can i check anything on the firewall?


Software/Hardware used:
windows server 2003

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Well I would say your value of 282624 is drastically over the limit stated in the error of 3540. I would try changing to to 3540 as stated in the error. Also change the minimum to 60 as stated.

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  • Jwc1972
    Hello I change the regedit keys to 3540 and 60 seconds I lost Connection with the iphones for around 4 hours is there any thing i can check? on the exchange server
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  • Technochic
    If you are still experiencing problems then I would suggest you get on the phone with Microsoft. That's what I would do next.
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  • Jwc1972
    199 pounds to contact mircosoft WOW
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  • Dwiebesick
    You have iphone (apple), your phone provider, and Exchange (Microsoft). The problem may not be with Exchange. What has your phone provider said about your problem?
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  • Jwc1972
    Hello that put the cat amongs the pigeons. We never thought about the Iphone The contract is with o2 so should i contact O2
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