Had an Android-based (Android version 2.3.4 Software #4.08.605.2) HTC Incredible phone which kept loading up the Windows log files with error 3005 on a Server 2003 box with Exchange 2003 sp2.
This machine is the front-end exchange box in a FE BE setup and uses SSL.
Note: Activesync works correctly with no errors on the device, but the errors in the logs were troubling.
Turns out, this is a common complaint on the internet forums and there isn’t a clear “silver-bullet” fix for it, but here is what worked for me:
- Delete and recreate the Exchange account. Do a Manual Setup of the server details and leave the Domain blank. Instead, enter the domain as part of the Username.. that is: domain/username
So far this seems to have solved the problem but if it comes back I will provide an update.
Other possible solutions and things to try (be careful!) can be found at: http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/exchangesvrmobility/thread/66a33f3a-d945-42e2-ac80-3e4244f9b258
Other Devices With Same Issue, different interval:
- 3005 error 12/22/2011, 12/23/2011, 12/27/2011, 12/30/2011, 1/4/2012 caused by Motorola MB860 with Android 2.3.4 System version 4.5.91.MB860.ATT.en.US – Unchecked the Verify Certificate option under Settings/Accounts/Corporate Sync.
- 3005 error 12/22/2011, 12/30/2011, 1/3/2012 caused by iPhone
The solution described here is great. What more can be done is that open IIS>Right click on default website>Choose Properties>Advanced. Click add and enter the following details:
IP Address= (All Unassigned), TCP Port= 80, Host Header Value= Blank. Click Ok. This quick fix has worked for me when I faced error 3005.