Posts 2,257 What about error code: 0x85010014? navigate here Contact a support person or your service provider. If so, can anyone tell me if the WM5 exchange push works as well as Good? Reply Cartman Posts 700 Posts Global Posts 872 Global Posts 01/11/2006,05:15 PM #2 Dont have a root cert for the Exchange server? Error Code 80072f05 Lumia
Not the answer you're looking for? 80072f06 Sandbox session gets confused across browser tabs Positional Bathroom Etiquette Setting expiry date for Sitecore Language cookie What are the alternatives to compound interest for a Muslim? Join Now Hi Fellow Spice-workers We are curently trialing Windows 7 Phone in the business (Nokia Lumia 800 which btw is a very nice phone) however when setting up emails using Exchange Active
To be able to do this, first of all you need access to the administrator account on your computer. Google the topic and I am sure you will find the directions. There are a basically two ways to resolve this issue. Error Code 0x80072f89 During this process you may get Windows ActiveSync error code 80072f0d on your computer.
Now find the message like "STATUS: PHONE CONNECTED TO [your router name]" Go to the right of the line and click “refresh”. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Get Free Updates Join over 20,000 IT pros and stay up to date with the latest Exchange Server and Office 365 news, I don't afford to download any thing in my phone once I try are coming these numbers ( 80072F0D) please help me Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address this contact form When you open the certificate file from the web server or email the device should prompt you to install it.
With all that info, any idea what might be the culprit in a situation such as this? The big difference if you have Exchange 2003? Reply GoodGuy Posts 1,789 Posts Global Posts 1,790 Global Posts 01/14/2006,03:25 PM #11 Main thing is Exchange doesn't do push yet. We had to hold off installing SP2 because of Blackberry's and them not offically supporting it.