If you encounter Server ActiveSync error with event ID 3005, the following user guide should help you.
This event means 3005. This issue in Exchange 2003 causes the process to lose ActiveSync. The status code in the http role shown in the figure indicates that there is an error in the Exchange Server mailbox.
Some of the symptoms, including this error, that the user may experience:
Users may receive a sync error when trying to sync with calendar items on mobile devices.
However, after this synchronization process, users will not be able to view their calendars on devices with SMS.
The root causes for all of these event 3005 symptoms are:
Probably the problem is that all files and directories of the virtual sites used by Active Sync are corrupted.
Users who can run Exchange Server 2003 must correctly configure Service Pack 2 security settings for their external environment.
Or it’s very likely that the urlscan tool is causing issues with syncing calendar items.
To correct this error, usersyou must first do the following:
These are all used to delete World Wide virtual directories on the web using Active Sync. deletions After the directories, new ones are created.
If you have Exchange Server 2003 SP2, check your security settings to make sure the user has configured the settings correctly to support your devices. You also check
Fix the most important settings if you are using the UrlScan tool. In the past, it was recommended to set up the tool correctly.
If all of these procedures do not resolve the issue for users, we recommend that you move the user’s mailbox to another computer that is running Exchange Server, as shown in the image below the event above.
This 3005 Important event indicates this problem in Exchange 2003, and is the most common failure of the ActiveSync process. The HTTP status code shown in the figure above indicates that there is an error on the Exchange Mailbox server.
Some obvious signs of errors that users can always encounter, were as follows:
Users may receive a sync error message if these items have calendar add-ons attempting to sync with their mobile device.
However, non-users can view schedules on their mobile devices after synchronization. Hand
Possible causes for all of these event 3005 symptoms could be:
The problem may be that some files in the Exchange virtual directories used by Active Sync are corrupted.
Users who frequently use Exchange Server 2003 SP2 simply don’t have the correct security settings for certain environments.
Or it may happen that the UrlScan tool is likely to cause problems during the calendar synchronization process.
To resolve this error, users must first complete the following targeting steps:
Next, delete the virtual directories now in use by Active Sync. Create new directories after deleting it.
If you have, for example, Server Exchange 2004, go to sp2, to the check specified in the security settings, whether you have set the parameters of your devices correctly or even not. Check
Also set the correct settings if you are using the UrlScan tool. It is recommended to set up the tool before using the program correctly.
If all of these non-procedures help users solve problems, we recommend that you move the user’s mailbox to other computers that are running Exchange Server, as described in the specific event mapping above.