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I have two clients with the same issue. Awhile back two of my clients decided to host their corporate websites offside to another provider, while still hosting their own email server onsite (exchange 2003). I adjusted the DNS records the way I thought should be done, but for some reason, afterwards all mobile email functionality has stopped.
I can access exchange outlook web access with no problems. I just thought of this tonight when I was trying Moxier mail for android and noticed that it was saying my server SSL cert wasn't valid, and I was like, hmmm? I know its valid. So I went to the out main website and put a https in front of it and sure enough, it is the main site that isn't valid.
So my problem here is, even though I am putting in mail.**.com as my email server, somehow it is querying the DNS for the main website instead, not the mail server that I put in. According to Dyn, all email MX records are fine. I am receiving mail just fine at the domain in question as well. Just can't seem to get any mobile mail from either Moxier or the stock android, nor Iphone apps.
Thanks in advance!Jack
Answer by Cry Havok · Sep 28, 2011 at 06:01 AM
If you were to post the full domain name then we may be able to help further. Without it we're reduced to guesswork.Remember that MX records are for receiving email, they have nothing to do with how clients read email. How are clients configured to read email? How is the Exchange server configured? It may be that while they are connecting to
http://mail.example.com/exchangethe Exchange server is then redirecting them to