Re: [SOGo] outlook for android, over activesync

2017-08-03 Thread mj
Hi, On 08/03/2017 04:20 PM, "Kai-Uwe Rommel" (kai-uwe.rom...@ars.de) wrote: I don't know if that is really the problem. However, as far as I have gathered, wildcard certificates are considered harmful, anyway. So, switched to Lets Encrypt, and were still getting "Your mail server

Re: [SOGo] outlook for android, over activesync

2017-08-03 Thread "Kai-Uwe Rommel"
users-requ...@sogo.nu wrote on 03.08.2017 11:38:47: > > Then focus is back on the ssl certificte, as that is also what outlook > iself complains about. Perhaps outlook doesn't like a wildcard certificate. I don't know if that is really the problem. However, as far as I have gathered, wildcard

Re: [SOGo] outlook for android, over activesync

2017-08-03 Thread mj
Haha, Who would have figured that microsofts own tool to check activesync connectivity to your server is broken... :-| Anyway, thanks for pointing that out Ludo. Then focus is back on the ssl certificte, as that is also what outlook iself complains about. Perhaps outlook doesn't like a

Re: [SOGo] outlook for android, over activesync

2017-08-02 Thread Ludovic Marcotte
On 2017-08-01 3:04 PM, mj (li...@merit.unu.edu) wrote: We're on SOGo 2.3.19 on debian7. Perhaps we should upgrade, but... anyone with tips what else to look at? That test app is broken. It sends the HTTP auth token only in the first call, but not in subsequent calls - so SOGo refuses it as it

Re: [SOGo] outlook for android, over activesync

2017-08-01 Thread mj
Hi, Well, at least the microsoft products agree with each other: also the microsoft connectivity tester (https://testconnectivity.microsoft.com) cannot connect to our SOGo. Only it doesn't talk about the certificate as outlook on android does, but testconnectivity.microsoft.com says:

Re: [SOGo] outlook for android, over activesync

2017-08-01 Thread mj
Hi Kai-Uwe und Steffen, Thanks for trying! As the error has now consistantly become about the ssl certificate, I should focus on that first. Strange, other https clients work, various ssl certificate checkers all indicate no problems, including the required intermediate certificates, etc.

Re: [SOGo] outlook for android, over activesync

2017-08-01 Thread Steffen Sachse
Hey, I just tested my installation with the "Microsoft Outlook" application available for free in the Android store and synching to my SOGo instance works fine. Steffen Am 01.08.2017 um 15:34 schrieb mj (li...@merit.unu.edu): > Hi, > > Anyone here willing to give outlook for android a quick try

Re: [SOGo] outlook for android, over activesync

2017-08-01 Thread "Kai-Uwe Rommel"
users-requ...@sogo.nu wrote on 01.08.2017 15:34:36: > > Anyone here willing to give outlook for android a quick try with your > SOGo setup as an ActiveSync client? > > We cannot get it to work, whereas all kinds of other activesync clients > work without an issue. > > We would like to know if the

[SOGo] outlook for android, over activesync

2017-08-01 Thread mj
Hi, Anyone here willing to give outlook for android a quick try with your SOGo setup as an ActiveSync client? We cannot get it to work, whereas all kinds of other activesync clients work without an issue. We would like to know if the problem is likely in our setup, or if outlook for