Tag Archives: Smartphones

GPRS Access points for Telstra, Optus and Vodafone Austrlia for Smartphones

With my last post I mentioned you will need to set up the GPRS access points on smartphones to receive emails on the go from Microsoft Exchange 2003 via Outlook Mobile Access.

The list below outlines the GPRS settings required from the 3 major telcos in Australia:

  • Vodafone – vfinternet.au
  • Telstra - telstra.wap.mnc001.mcc505.gprs
  • Optus – Enter the access point as “internet” and enter the following DNS: 202.139.83.3 and 192.65.91.129

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How to set up i-mate Smartphone to receive emails from Microsoft Exchange

This article applies for the following Smartphones:

  • i-mate K-Jam
  • i-mate JAMin
  • i-mate Dopod 838

It is also assumed Outlook Mobile Access is enabled and configured on your Microsoft Exchange environment.

Setting up Windows Mobile driven mobile phones to receive emails from the Exchange server can be fiddly. Over the time I’ve supported these type of phones there’s been 3 common steps to get them up and talking with your mail server.

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ActiveSync Error: ActiveSync was unable to reach the server. Check that the server address and proxy settings are correct. Support Code:80072f78

For those who have Outlook Mobile Access enabled on their corporate Exchange box to push email on to Smartphones running Windows Mobile  you may have come across this error generated by Active Sync:

Active Sync Error
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ActiveSync was unable to reach the server. Check that the server address and proxy settings are correct.

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