Why the mobile client in Android does not connect to MS Exchange?

I'll try to describe the essence.
Was necessary to test Microsoft Exchange Server, for these purposes, successfully downloaded the Exchange Server 2010 SP1 VHD from official website. All this is deployed on hyper-v and put it under the table.
Tied test domain(MX records and others are not changed, as you only need a connection to the server and not send\receive) to the static IP of the office router (TL-ER6020) set Virtual Server and configured perenapravlenie the 443 port on the server with the virtual machine. In the browser(and mobile in particular) everything works as it should, but on the mobile phone through the mail app(to do this, all of this did) not work anything.
Logs.
pastebin.com/ZCfrwYzu
July 2nd 19 at 13:31
1 answer
July 2nd 19 at 13:33
1. Where in the log from this address?
httpts://ftp-backup.space/Microsoft-Server-ActiveSync

Why is a typo and what is the hostname?

2. You have it connected with a socket. SSL session is not set. Check the host name and can still put the certificate on a domain? To take any and complete lack - there is a difference?
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httpts this, as I understand it, this feature
https://android.googlesource.com/platform/packages...
[28-Nov-16 5:01:01 PM] Vladimir Z: // Register the httpts scheme insecure with our factory
registry.register(new Scheme("httpts",
SSLUtils.getHttpSocketFactory(context, hostAuth, keyManager, true),
ssl ? port : STANDARD_SSL_PORT));
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Today tied the server to the domain with the normal ssl, there is no shelf - Clarabelle_Brown commented on July 2nd 19 at 13:36
About httpts understand what an ftp host-backup.space ? - laurianne.Kutch commented on July 2nd 19 at 13:39

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