Palm Pre Ssl Certificate Error Exchange
Any help here would be greatly appreciated. As soon as that box was checked, there was no problem. It seemed installed just fine, but I am still having the same problem. While you are correct that there is no WELL KNOWN third party 'certifying' that these SSL are in fact legitimate, they are still properly validated by the root cert you place http://sisei.net/palm-pre/palm-pre-exchange-ssl-certificate-error.html
If you update the PRE ROM to the latest version, it accepts custom root certs. Advanced Search Forum Smartphone Discussion Palm PDAPhones Palm Pre Exchange ActiveSync (EAS) with the Palm Pre + Reply to Thread Results 1 to 13 of 13 Thread: Exchange ActiveSync (EAS) with If you aren't an Exchange guru or a security guru like me, you either don't care or just think that its plain stupid since its stopping you from getting your mail. Share Share this post on Digg Del.icio.us Technorati Twitter Reply With Quote 09-22-200910:23 AM #12 samirj Registered User Join Date 09-10-2009 Posts 3 I went with a hard reset and exchange http://forums.webosnation.com/webos-synergy-synchronization/182542-ssl-certificate-error-exchange.html
I'll be very happy with exchange support once those are taken care of. There are myriad posts for doing this. Our exchange doesn't use a secure cert.
It is a major, if not greater issue than the wipe and PIN issue. Meaning, an Exchange administrator can make an EAS (Exchange Active Sync) policy that mandates that not only does a client connection need the proper username and password, it would also need I tested this the first night 1.1 was out hoping I could make my phone not lock for 30 or so minutes, however it retained the auto lock when the screen You may get a better answer to your question by starting a new discussion.
The features will be delivered to Pre phones as they become available through the over-the-air update system. Text Quote Post |Replace Attachment Add link Text to display: Where should this link go? 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 http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Palm-and-WebOS/Palm-Pre-SSL-certificate-error/td-p/2009104/page/13 Unfortunately Palm tied the PIN lock with the screen timeout, so the longest you can go without locking your phone is 3 minutes - and only if its because you allow
These are basic security protocols that are used by many Exchange server installations to provide access security. Here are the certs I currently have installed.DoD Root CA 2 (valid through 12/5/2029)DoD Class 3 Root (valid through 5/14/2020)DoD CA-13 (valid through 1/22/2012)webmail.us.army.mil(valid through 4/23/2011)wmlogin.us.army.mil(valid through 7/11/2010)www.us.army.mil (valid through 4/08/2012)The But if the device does not support this, you will get errors on the first sync attempt. Fortunately I had everything backed up, but this is pretty disconcerting in teh event of an actual crash.
I don't know if Palm just found it too hard to implement them or they wanted to enable the bare minimum so they could say they support EAS.. have a peek at these guys I set a security code that matched that of my Exchange server, even though my logon was an allowed exception (not needing lock) in Exchange. Windows Mobile 8: 1. It worked from there on!
spaine June 11th, 2009 My firm has Exchange 2007. Apple Automotive & Transportation Broadband, Cable & Internet Business & Finance Cloud & Data Computing Devices & Electronics Development & Design Employment Energy & Environment Gaming Google Government & Law Internet Installation happens when you tap on them and are prompted to accept them into the cert store. check over here Apparently, the Pre will choke when it encounters a SSL certificate that is not linked from a recognized Certificate Authority or preloaded into the Pre.
I would like to set up a procedure here that others can refer to that will make this work. Type in webmail.umkc.edu for the server address. I would appreciate any suggestions and insight into allowing error-free (though still using SSL, and yes 128-bit encryption is enabled throughout the default web server) web access to exchange and to
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The time now is 05:35 PM. The whole purpose of using certs is to verify the identity of the server by comparing keys stored on a public server (like Verisign, GoDaddy, etc). The instructions are for Windows Mobile version 6.0 or later and maybe different for older versions.For more information about Windows Mobile devices see http://www.microsoft.com/windowsmobile/en-us/default.mspx. Last Thursday, I tried to send a message and got an error that I think was something like unable to authenticate certificate (?maybe?).
The original SSL cert's common name was "server", not a FQDN. I can send emails from the phone, but get no contacts, calendar or emails IN the folders, but full folder structure of the mailbox. Learn How to Post and More  Community News  Best of the Community Blog  Notebooks Notebook Operating System and Recovery  Notebook Boot and Lockup  Notebook Wireless and Networking  Notebook Audio  Notebook Video, this content its fine.
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Showing results for Search instead for Do you mean or Post new question Question Palm Pre: SSL certificate error Replies (131) Reply Topic Options Subscribe Mark Topic as New Mark Topic I am having the same problem with our self signed certificate. See the instructions for creating SSL certificates in the "Creating the Certificate Request" section to the end of this tutorial
A lot of folks run exchange at home and have dynamic IP addresses that this would be an issue for. Comments are closed. UMKC) Tap Next Your email should now download. Steve Johnson June 10th, 2009 Actually, the security policy is if you see only the Outbox.
The Remote Wipe causes a phone to get wiped if it unsuccessfully tries to access the server 10 times in a row. I'll be very happy with exchange support once those are taken care of. FQDN) and that the Pre's certificate is a root certificate with same address, things should work. Don't get me wrong, I love my Pre, but it's definitely got a bunch of minor issues / bugs.
I am able to send/receive from gmail.