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Thanks for letting me know. I verified this by creating an Online Meeting in Outlook and then saw it refresh in Lync Mobile first and not the iPhone Calendar. Why it is needed in the certificate? I can also press the keypad icon in the top left corner to get a dial pad where I can make calls. have a peek at these guys

Dave Free Windows Admin Tool Kit Click here and download it now January 25th, 2012 2:38pm I'm in the same boat, have you found anything to resolve this? Do you know where that one is changed? Microsoft recommends no more than 5000 messages per Exchange mailbox. Back to the Basic Authentication, if this is not active, any external authentication will fail because you need access via https and this require (also depending on your firewall deployment) basic https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/lync/en-US/fa942c70-b7cf-45aa-b50f-3219eeb6f98e/cant-connect-to-exchange-web-server-you-can-try-again-later?forum=ocsmobility

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One more zone "autodiscover.domain.com" with same A record to CAS Array. Thanks in advance!ReplyDeleteRepliesThomas PoettFebruary 28, 2015 at 12:53 PMHi Brendan,I'm not really an expert for IOS and Android. Regards Edited by chrisg28 Tuesday, January 10, 2012 10:06 PM Tuesday, January 10, 2012 10:05 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Due to our ISA Server Log It's a free add-on which essentially expands your Lync setup to include mobile devices.

I have googled around all day but I am unable to find anything. I've installed it and run through all of the functionality, and am stoked to bring you a run down of what everything looks like on this long awaited mobile client. then youre issue is with EWS on the Exchange and NOT on Lync. Do you want to call from your mobile number instead?".

Regards, Christian Reply Ståle Hansen says: 23/12/2011 at 11:35 Hello Christian. Exchange Connectivity Test One thing I noticed in the OWA IM log is this error: SelfDataSession not established. I'm thinking that once we add the autodiscover.sipdomain.com to the cert, things will be perfect.DeleteReplyMatMay 28, 2014 at 8:21 PMHi ThomasI have a really strange issue and I'm wondering if you from your own internal CA.

E.g. can you shed some light on this issue if possible?thanks you in advanceReplyDeleteRepliesThomas PoettNovember 11, 2015 at 5:55 PMHi I better suggest, you contact me directly via the contact form on You could add lyncdiscover CNAME to your internal DNS pointing to you external FQDN. Click here to get your free copy of Network Administrator.

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Exception Call Stack: Server stack trace: at System.ServiceModel.Channels.ServiceChannel.HandleReply(ProxyOperationRuntime operation, ProxyRpc& rpc) at System.ServiceModel.Channels.ServiceChannel.Call(String action, Boolean oneway, ProxyOperationRuntime operation, Object[] ins, Object[] outs, TimeSpan timeout) at System.ServiceModel.Channels.ServiceChannelProxy.InvokeService(IMethodCallMessa ge methodCall, ProxyOperationRuntime operation) at Risks are inherent in the use of the Internet. We Can't Connect To Exchange. Please Try Again Later Skype For Business Thanks! Result: discovery information for you Lync mobile clients will get information about logon server unencrypted, the rest is encrypted the usual way Publish through port 443 using the same IP as

True, if a DC is nto available, simply no authentication will work, neither basic nor windows integrated. http://bestimageweb.com/connect-to/lync-cannot-connect-to-exchange-web-server.php Microsoft cannot make any representations regarding the quality, safety, or suitability of any software or information found there. And my last question. The so called SCP.It seems here is a mismatch between you SCP and the DNS Domain Split.can you verify this and come back with your findings?DeleteMatJuly 31, 2014 at 12:03 PMHi

Successful in providing leadership on new topics and complex global projects that require interfacing with internal/external teams and ecosystems. You sign into the Lync Mobile client from an iOS device. To restore this connection, please try signing out and signing back in. check my blog That'll light up your EWS settings in LYNC.

The URL I used as an example is wrong, it should return your web services internal and external URL and not lyncdiscover. Calendar Call Logs Unified Contact Store UC Device Features (Authentication Failures) Device Context Notifcation Message Features Impacted Polycom CX700 (Username/Password) Expired Password Invalid EWS Credentials Connectivity to Exchange is currently unavailable Nokia and Android dont use push notifications.

Thanks again :) Reply Ståle Hansen says: 12/12/2011 at 03:01 Updated Reply Troubleshoot Lync Mobility reverse proxy « marjus`s field notes says: 12/12/2011 at 13:59 […] starting point for deploying Lync Mobility by

All of my other sounds work. I have created SRV recard on my DNS and pointed it to Exchange Server. I have had no success at all getting the mobile client connecting to EWS since initial implementation. Reply Steve Forkin says: 09/01/2012 at 07:05 Hi there I have followed through with all the instructions to install the mobility updates, created DNS records - our setup is a single

honestly I'm not sure but I believe you need to point your internal autodiscover CNAME to the director since that is probably you sign in server, and derfore you need it on Both .Local and on .com. And still no success, I see the internal URL in the logs still. http://bestimageweb.com/connect-to/lync-cannot-connect-to-the-exchange-web-server.php View my complete profile Total Pageviews Followers Blog Archive ► 2016 (2) ► August (1) ► June (1) ► 2015 (2) ► February (1) ► January (1) ► 2014 (7) ►

This tells me that the Lync 2013 and 2010 client are completely in capable of pulling this info.DeleteThomas PoettApril 30, 2014 at 4:23 PMHi Courtney,this was a very good finding. Do you help me. Do you have Lync clients running on an iPad? in Exchange 2007/2010 you are able defining those parameters, in Exchange 2013 they are even documented in TechNet, but they simply don't exist anymore.

Truly in Exchange and DNS you need to define autodiscover, therefore in the certificates too.Just to explain how Lync is use autodiscover for EWS services:http://smtpdomain/autodiscover/autodiscover.xmlhttps://smtpdomain/autodiscover/autodiscover.xmlhttp://autodiscover.smtpdomain/autodiscover/autodiscover.xmlhttps://autodiscover.smtpdomain/autodiscover/autodiscover.xml_autodiscover._tcp.smtpdomainSo your SIP Domain hast be the EWS checks out fine internally and externally from all sorts of different clients (laptops, macs) but the iPad's claim they can't connect to the Exchange Web Server.