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It seems CU6 is not bringing much luck if you still have Exchange 2007 in your environment. There is yet another issue with this update: Log Name: Application Source: MSExchange Common Date: <edited out> Event ID: 4999 Task Category: General Level: Error Keywords: Classic User: N/A Computer: <edited out> Description: Watson report about to be sent for process id: 16024, with parameters: E12, c-RTL-AMD64, 15.00.0995.029, w3wp#MSExchangeSyncAppPool, M.Exchange.AirSyncHandler, M.E.A.Handler.LegacyUserAll... ...
I have had the good fortune to test both the Palm Pre and Apple iPhone 3Gs. In my day job I am an architect with responsibilities over messaging and mobility – hence I get to try a lot of new devices in order to evaluate their applicability for our enterprise users. One thing I have come to regard as a universal truth is that ranking mobile devices is almost a waste of time. They are so subjective depending on the personal habits and preferences of the person using them. There are some things that ...
In a move sure to make many an ITPro squeal with delight, Apple announced today that the iPhone will soon be enterprise-ready by licensing ActiveSync from Microsoft and adding remote lock, remote wipe and other requested features. Sign up for the Enterprise Beta program here. The iPhone will offer full Exchange support, thanks to licenses from Microsoft. The iPhone will also get enterprise-friendly security features, including remote wipe, support for Cisco IPsec VPN, certificates, identities, and ...