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Owen June 10th, 2009 DDK is correct. So I can keep on mailing with my Palm Pre Hi Thanks. About Advertising Privacy Terms Help Sitemap × Join millions of IT pros like you Log in to Spiceworks Reset community password Agree to Terms of Service Connect with Or Sign up Last edited by LupeValenz; 07/31/2010 at 11:16 AM. http://sisei.net/palm-pre/palm-pre-ssl-certificate-error-exchange.html

Feel free to delete this thread if necessary. The time now is 05:35 PM. Robert Kosednar June 16th, 2009 Here is a good Palm Pre Exchange Activesync setup guide: http://activesync.us/palm-pre-exchange-activesync-guide/ Richard Garrett June 11th, 2009 Off topic I know, but JK should report on Rubenstein's CH June 30th, 2009 I had a similar issue with the Pre.

If not, IT can deliver the file in some other method that lets you save the certificate file on your desktop (thumb drive etc). Ask Your Own Cell Phones Question Customer: replied6 years ago. Share Share this post on Digg Del.icio.us Technorati Twitter Luck is where opportunity meets preparation. That is absolutely incorrect.

Category:Cell Phones Share this conversation Expert: Richard S. Make sure you install it to the Trusted Root,,, Its much more convenient that doing it on a PC and figuring how to transfer the file via USB or email. Thanks, Rick Reply Subscribe View Best Answer RELATED TOPICS: How do I completely remove an SSL certificate Help with SSL certificate What SSL certificate do I need to get?   8 I am so sorry.

Advertisement Palm has apparently licensed the ability to use these security protocols, but given the consumer focus of the Pre, has chosen to not implement them. One works and the other generates this SSL Certificate error. Is the problem the 'sticking' phenomenon you mention (is it remembering the authentication problem) and is the only way to solve it to do a hard reset? https://community.spiceworks.com/topic/70854-ssl-certificate-for-mobile-device-palm-pre Not a problem...

In the meantime, yes the Pre won't work with self signed Certs, unless you know how to configure the server to generate a proper cert.. The cert is installed through the Certificate Manager. If you update the PRE ROM to the latest version, it accepts custom root certs. Comments are closed.

So I can keep on mailing with my Palm Pre I love you, unknown friend from the Internet. Read More Here How did you fix it? But this thread makes my head hurt.OWA site?Run openssl?imap server?root certificate?This forum seems inclined to the admin side of things.For those of us who have not finished getting our IT degree's I'll be very happy with exchange support once those are taken care of.

I'm no expert on this myself, but you claim to be so you should know this. have a peek at these guys No telling who is going to start charging. Originally Posted by buggsbuny The Pre does not support the ability to have a mandatory locking mechanism. Reply pattyland says: February 29, 2016 at 07:27 Did you try http://preware.pivotce.com/package/com.grabber.basiccertgrabber ?

Images: Matt Williams Share this:TwitterFacebookGooglePress ThisPocketEmailPrint Related posts: Foursquare broken and fixed in 24 hours UPDATE - ACL for Touchpad public release delayed…again UPDATE - ACL for webOS v1.0 Published UPDATE Inputted the correct settings and now I'm all set. The features will be delivered to Pre phones as they become available through the over-the-air update system. check over here I wound up uninstalling Global Sign Root cert.

I use Tracfone. Reply With Quote 09-12-200903:30 PM #9 mrsyeltzin Unprofessional Join Date 01-16-2005 Location New York Posts 415 I've never been successful at getting the cert imported into the Pre's certificate store based If you try shopping or going to a https site that's certificate has been issued by GlobalSign the webOS 3.0.5 browser will show you that the sites https certificate is invalid.

The issue has already been brought up to Microsoft. Otherwise, we'll look to the homebrew community to save the day…again.

Richard S. They are looking into it and will get back to me. My ZTE Valet is pretty much 10/20/2016 10/20/2016 Samuel White I have Forgotten Security Screen Lock Code SONY ERICSSON 10/20/2016 10/20/2016 Richard I recently purchased an Actel Tracfone, model A394C. Your cache administrator is webmaster.

Powered by vBulletin Version 4.2.3 Copyright © 2016 vBulletin Solutions, Inc. either way I think they are short changing themselves by not supporting all the security that EAS has to offer and endear themselves to the corporate IT departments that take security Last Thursday, I tried to send a message and got an error that I think was something like unable to authenticate certificate (?maybe?). this content Since that time I have not been able to send ot receive email or sync the calendar with EAS.

Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. My company's Exchange server requires both PIN and remote wipe so the Pre just became a no-go for me until Palm can fix it. Man I hope that works :) Ask Your Own Cell Phones Question Customer: replied6 years ago. We are developing webOS support for EAS PIN and password enforcement, as well as EAS remote erase, and hope to announce these new features by mid-August 2009.

Just wondering if anyone else has had this issue or not, and if so anyone know how to fix it? Importing the cert into a PDA or PC and then "trusting" it defeats the purpose of having a cert. It is a major, if not greater issue than the wipe and PIN issue. Is the problem the 'sticking' phenomenon you mention (is it remembering the authentication problem) and is the only way to solve it to do a hard reset?

synced up first time. Oh yeah, when in email, calendar, or contacts, set Exchange as your default account if that is an option under preferences. This is pretty common and the fix involves you getting the certs (root and exchange cert) from your IT department and installing it on your Pre. Using a self signed cert and then telling users to simply "trust it" is like putting on a name tag that says "God" and now telling everyone you are really God...just

It worked from there on! I currently have an Exchange 2003 SP2 server with an ISA 2004 server and I am using a certificate from Verisign. You would be surprised how many things are leaked out from pure stupidity like that. Popular Posts Tip: How to Bypass Activation posted on June 24, 2015 LuneOS October Stable Release: Ca phe sua da posted on October 14, 2016 Guide: Coming (Back) to webOS in

So I can keep on mailing with my Palm Pre dear, I got my hot mail restored but I am not able to send mail or reply mail. Make sure you running at least WebOS 1.10 (as of the writing of this post) 1) Load the server's web cert by saving it from the website where one would access I have 4 email accounts setup on my Pre, Yahoo-Gmail-School Email-Hotmail. Also, here's something scary.