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To use the E61, you'll need to download the latest version of Nokia's '''Mail for Exchange''' software from http://www.businesssoftware.nokia.com/mail_for_exchange_downloads.php and install it on your phone.
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The following guide contains instructions for syncing your Nokia E-series phone with your Zimbra mail using the Nokia Mail for Exchange software.  This guide works for the following Nokia models:
  
EDIT: The current version of '''Mail for Exchange''' for the S60 ( 2.9.158 ) is broken for the E65 and E71 variants. Symptoms include partial downloads of large contact databases, and "hangs" / immediate disconnects when trying to sync. The new version (2.9.208) is working on the E71 but heartbeat problems are still there for the 'always on' mode. Consider RoadSync as an alternative for the e71.
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*Nokia E90
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*Nokia E71
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*Nokia E65
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*Nokia E62
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*Nokia E61
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*Nokia E51
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If you are attempting to use a Self-Signed SSL Certificate, see the [[Nokia E-Series with Self-Signed SSL Certificate]] guide instead.
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=Before You Begin=
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Before you can sync your Nokia phone with your Zimbra mail, you will need to download and install the latest version of the Nokia Mail for Exchange software.  You can find this software at one of the following links:
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*http://www.businesssoftware.nokia.com/mail_for_exchange_downloads.php
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*http://europe.nokia.com/support/download-software/mail-for-exchange/compatibility-and-download
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'''''Important''': The current version of '''Mail for Exchange''' for the S60 ( 2.9.158 ) is broken for the E65 and E71 variants. Symptoms include partial downloads of large contact databases, and "hangs" / immediate disconnects when trying to sync. The new version (2.9.208) is working on the E71 but heartbeat problems are still there for the 'always on' mode. Consider RoadSync as an alternative for the e71.''
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=Profile Settings=
 
Once that's done, set up a profile:
 
Once that's done, set up a profile:
  
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==Connection Settings==
 
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==Credentials==
 
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|password || your password
 
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|domain || your email domain (may be empty in some cases)
 
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Revision as of 21:53, 4 March 2010

The following guide contains instructions for syncing your Nokia E-series phone with your Zimbra mail using the Nokia Mail for Exchange software. This guide works for the following Nokia models:

  • Nokia E90
  • Nokia E71
  • Nokia E65
  • Nokia E62
  • Nokia E61
  • Nokia E51

If you are attempting to use a Self-Signed SSL Certificate, see the Nokia E-Series with Self-Signed SSL Certificate guide instead.

Before You Begin

Before you can sync your Nokia phone with your Zimbra mail, you will need to download and install the latest version of the Nokia Mail for Exchange software. You can find this software at one of the following links:

Important: The current version of Mail for Exchange for the S60 ( 2.9.158 ) is broken for the E65 and E71 variants. Symptoms include partial downloads of large contact databases, and "hangs" / immediate disconnects when trying to sync. The new version (2.9.208) is working on the E71 but heartbeat problems are still there for the 'always on' mode. Consider RoadSync as an alternative for the e71.

Profile Settings

Once that's done, set up a profile:

Connection Settings

Connection settings
Option Value
Exchange server Webmail server name
secure connection yes if https or mixed mode, no otherwise
access point Whichever AP your service provider gives you
sync while roaming up to you
default port yes or no
port depends on your mail mode - usually 80 or 443

Credentials

Credentials
Option Value
username your email address
password your password
domain your email domain (may be empty in some cases)

Sync Content

Sync Content
Option Value
Sync calendar, contacts, email your choice
In case of conflict your choice

Everything else depends on your needs

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