Category Archives: Microsoft Exchange

“Active Sync encountered a problem on the server. Support code: 0×86000108″

This posts investigates the ActiveSync error: “Active Sync encountered a problem on the server. Support code: 0×86000108″. This post consists of what causes the ActiveSync support code: 0×86000108 error, the work around and the permanent fix.

The Cause of ActiveSync support code: 0×86000108:

From Microsoft KB this error is caused by the following: “Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 changes the alert message from the IPM.Note type to the IPM.Sharing type. Additionally, Exchange ActiveSync does not support the IPM.Sharing message type. Therefore, the Windows Mobile based-device cannot synchronize the alert message from Exchange 2003. “

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Lotus to Microsoft Exchange Migration: Restarting the Microsoft Exchange Notes Connector

Microsoft Exchange Connector

I mentioned in previous posts (Read: Lotus Notes to Microsoft Exchange Migration) that our application workflows and primary CMS are still built under Lotus Notes Domino while user mailboxes have been migrated to Microsoft Exchange. When a mail enabled Lotus Notes database needs to send an email notification to users that email will need to travel through the Microsoft Exchange Notes Connector to get to the Microsoft Exchange store and into the users mailboxes.

Our Canon IR copiers are another business tools that utilize the Microsoft Exchange Notes Connector. The copiers are also used to scan documents into pdf and emailed to users mailboxes in Microsoft Exchange. At the moment the Canon IR copiers are still using a Lotus Notes Domino server as the SMTP mail transport server.

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Lotus Notes to Microsoft Exchange Migration: Resources

Lotus Notes to Microsoft Exchange Migration Strategy Guide for IT Professionals

In my earlier posts (Read: Lotus Notes to Microsoft Exchange Migration: Access Lotus Notes Links in Outlook 2003 – Part I, Lotus Notes to Microsoft Exchange Migration: How to send Lotus Notes Database links from Outlook – Part I) I discussed the ways to handle Lotus Notes documents Links in Outlook 2003 and Outlook 2007. I covered these topics because currently all our business workflows, intranet and content management are tied into the Lotus Domino infrastructure while our mailing is covered by Microsoft Exchange.

The foundation to Lotus Notes to Microsoft Exchange Migration

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