Hi All,

I am trying to setup a number of Nokia handsets (N95 8GB, E71, E75, etc) to connect to an Exchange 2007 server running on Windows Server 2008.

They will all be using Mail For Exchange and Active Sync to connect to the server however I am having troubles.

I have the latest firmware on all the handsets and Mail for Exchange version 2.9.

For some reason, no matter what I try, whenever I try and connect the handsets to the exchange server I get the message "Connection Error, Please try again later". I can connect them to an Exchange 2003 server running on Windows Server 2003 with no problems what so ever.

I have installed succesfully an SSL certificate (provided by GoDaddy) on the Exchange 2007 platform and I can access the exchange server by every other method (outlook, owa, etc) with no problems, the SSL certificate works perfectly.

Here is the admin_log1.txt information on the failure:

19/08/2009 12:07:17 Setting OFFLINE Status to False
19/08/2009 12:07:17 Setting DISK FULL status to False
19/08/2009 12:08:32 Profile deleted
19/08/2009 12:17:36 PeakTime active
19/08/2009 12:17:36 Setting OFFLINE Status to False
19/08/2009 12:17:37 PING Command Requested
19/08/2009 12:17:37 Delay the connection to server.
19/08/2009 12:17:37 Setting DISK FULL status to False
19/08/2009 12:18:18 Profile Updated
19/08/2009 12:18:18 Cancel Job:0, Type:"PING Job- Always-Online":
19/08/2009 12:18:18 unable to open snapshot database (-1)
19/08/2009 12:18:18 PeakTime active
19/08/2009 12:21:01 HTTP Server Error 408 : Request Timeout
19/08/2009 12:32:17 PeakTime active
19/08/2009 12:37:04 PeakTime active
19/08/2009 12:37:05 Setting OFFLINE Status to False
19/08/2009 12:37:05 Setting DISK FULL status to False
19/08/2009 12:42:35 PeakTime active
19/08/2009 12:42:35 Setting OFFLINE Status to False
19/08/2009 12:42:35 Setting DISK FULL status to False
19/08/2009 12:46:00 HTTP Server Error 408 : Request Timeout

Further to that, I also tested my exchanges activesync with http://www.testexchangeconnectivity.com/ and it works perfectly.

Can anyone help me?

Thanks,

Oliver