I stumbled across this tool on my iPad on the Apple Apps Store. I used it to help diagnose why my iPad would not correctly sync with and Exchange 2010 server that I had deployed. The Microsoft tools said it was all working fine, but this tool helped me understand that there are in fact differences in the way the Apple iPhones/iPads perform ActiveSync vs the way that Windows devices do.
Note that there are both Windows versions of this tool and the Apple version – both work well.
You can download the tool here
Guy Gregory says
Thanks for the tip – I’d normally use ExRCA, but this looks far more convenient, especially if out of the office.
We have created a tool that will help monitor and diagnose any ActiveSync server. The tool will continuously monitor ActiveSync and alert in case there is a problem. In addition the tool will help you diagnose and optimize the ActiveSync environment. You can give it a try http://www.activesyncdr.com
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