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Yes, you can use Gmail to work with EMM. Only caveat is that you need to select the "ActiveSync Authentication" when you are installing.
- ActiveSync Server: Enter in your EMMPortal server FQDN - fully qualitifed domian name. Example: mobile.company.com
- Domain Name: gmail.com
- Verification Email address: current user
- Verifiacation password:
- ActiveSync External Address: m.google.com
You will have to reinstall EMM as there is no migration path from the AD/Domino Auth to ActiveSync.
What happend with the portal certificate ?. Now, i remember that EMM has only 2 ways of Authentication (AD and Domino), where we get the ActiveSync Authentication ?.
You still need the portal certificate as the installer will still ask for that. When you get to the Authentication screen, the drop down will have 3 options. One of the options is the ActiveSync Authentication. You need to select this during the installation because you cannot select that authe method after EMM is installed.
i will install another server to work with.
Anyone get EMM to work with Gmail? I set up the auth directory as described here, configured a policy with ActiveSync Endpoint of 'Other' and pointing the external EMM to m.google.com. Do I also need to check 'Configure an ActiveSync account while provisioning'?
Every time I install the profile/enterprise activation my iPhone pulls the Starter Policy.
Thanks in advance.