Continue the conversation in the Rackspace Community. The time now is 07:12 PM. It did require me to accept the security certificates before it would sync, but it popped up pretty quickly and after I activated the account it worked fine. On the menu at the top of the console, click View > Advanced Features. this contact form
Your fix worked for me! TouchDown mail app works perfectly with same settings but adding Gmail exchange account does not. Additional TechRepublic resources Set up an Exchange account on your Android phone Review: TouchDown mail client for Android Connect to a PPTP VPN from your Android phone Comments Facebook Linkedin Twitter It worked fine on my Motorola d1 kit Kat.
Mine took a few minutes while but it worked in the end! Definitely a bug in the app somewhere. What I am going to assume after compiling all the items here this is what people might need to do to get this working. fix this.
I suspect the APN is blocked but if was thats the case why is it i can connect myself? The sync completes and I see everything fine on the device, however, it doesn't sync anything beyond that point. Tap the Add icon, and then tap Exchange ActiveSync. Can't Connect To Server Status 111 Exchange Hope this misunderstanding will be solved in future releases.
Exchange Services version: 6.5-1533254 Nov 14, 2014 #1 [email protected] Also I have used the Microsoft Remote Connectivity Analyzer, and it connects perfectly fine. As Lollipop rolls out to more people, this issue is going to become more prevalent, and I feel it's important to get a new Exchange Services apk out there. Conclusion it seems that there is a bug that Wi-Fi uses some Mobile Data settings (and uses it's Proxy setting). https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/2505570 Ensured all updates were applied on the server (Server 2008 R2, Exchange 2010, as above) Turned WiFi on and put email account (created on 3G network) into push mode.
Nov 14, 2014 #3 [email protected] I had the same issue, after several hours I was able to find a workaround, maybe this will help someone. Android Email Cannot Connect To Server Exchange Nov 20, 2014 #35 [email protected] We can't only put the blame on Microsoft, if 4.4 works it means that probably 5.0 is incorrectly negotiating the ciphers, like not downgrading from After all servers were rebooted we were able to get in using Android 5.0. We have changed no settings on the server and we have a total of probably 12 Android devices connected to the server working perfectly.
To avoid the risk of your working credentials being exploited and compromising the security of your Exchange environment, we strongly recommend that you create a test account for the purpose of http://www.techrepublic.com/blog/smartphones/troubleshooting-tricks-for-android-exchange-connection-problems/ Tried all possible options meddling... Microsoft Exchange Activesync Android Unable To Connect To Server It used to work before upgrade. Android Exchange Cannot Connect To Server I deleted my Corporate Exchange Account and reconfigured it many time, but unable to display Calendar.
Can anyone offer input. weblink Did any of you find a alternative program for activesync / exchange, because i have tried MS OWA for android and it's the same problem. Mar 20, 2015 #134 [email protected] I confirm that removing the proxy APN works for me as well. the iPhone 4 and Infuse 4G | Battery Usage » Posting Permissions Contact Us Android Forums at AndroidCentral.com Top Latest Articles Today's massive Fitbit Charge 2 update is a good reason Activesync Stopped Working Exchange 2013
Wifi was used at all times, mobile data was switched off, strange that APN proxy is interfering with wifi communication. 2. Multiple bug fixes have been submitted to Google reporting faulty ActiveSync code. If I am going to have to find solutions to every single device for every single employee......I am going to have to tell management NOT to switch to Android, despite lobbying navigate here Installed Nine, it works like charm.
Username: Enter your email address again. Unable To Connect To Server Android Email Setup The following configurations are generally the best first solutions for troubleshooting an Android-Exchange connection. Reply 10-03-2011, 05:59 PM #4 MCory Posts 6 Posts Re: Exchange setup unable to connect Using ActiveSync & SSL?
Having seen it in the screenshot, I thought I'd add that you don't need to clear the 'MMS proxy' - if you do it will probably prevent sending MMS/picture messages, and I noticed on my own Droid X there is an option here for my corporate mail account. May 24, 2015 #188 [email protected] @#186, adding a pop account Home Unable to connect to exchange server from mobile devices by rprovoncha on Mar 9, 2012 at 10:48 UTC Cannot Connect To Server Status 111 Feb 27, 2015 #118 [email protected] Ok, 5.1 is on it's way.
I have a Galaxy S5 with Lollipop 5.0. Nexus 5 was a much better experience. Nov 18, 2014 #24 [email protected] Have the same issue running kitkat 4.43 on Samsung Tab S. http://popupjammer.com/connect-to/unable-to-connect-to-server-android.html Now it is not der in lollipop wat should I do??
Now all my clients can connect just fine. Tap the Settings icon, and then tap Accounts and Sync. Thank you once again. Dec 11, 2014 #76 [email protected] I have an Office 364 E4 account with 4.4.4 running on Moto X.
Exchange Services version: 6.5-1533254 Logcat output: 02-19 13:00:31.944 I/Exchange(12957): EasService.onCreate 02-19 13:00:31.949 I/Exchange(12957): RestartPingTask 02-19 13:00:31.991 I/Exchange(12957): PSS syncStart for account acct:-1 02-19 13:00:31.991 I/Exchange(12957): PSS adding account state for acct:-1 Also I am an IT technician for a large-sized corporation, so I sadly cannot do the fix suggested in #3, due to it causing downtime. After having unsuccessfully tried to switch on and off the phone, empty the cache, ignore the network and register again, turn on and off Wifi, change various settings, delete and reset Feb 4, 2015 #102 [email protected] QUICK FIX!
Nov 18, 2014 #22 [email protected] #6 from this old thread fixed this for me. The issue has been open for six months now, and no-one from Google/AOSP has taken ownership of it, or even posted in the thread. I decided to do some troubleshooting on my own. Seems each time I updated Android on my devices Exchange considered it a new device.
If you disable the SSL/TLS validation check (ie allow "accept all"), then the (g)mail app starts working again. Terms & Conditions Android Central Connectedly CrackBerry iMore Windows Central Tesla Central VR Heads MrMobile Snap Crackle STOP IT Google Pixel audio distortion FAQ At home with Googs 5 reasons Google Very strange here as i'm enrolling a number of devices via an MDM to connect in via VPN - all works fine.