Hi I’m an iPhone. And I’m a Smartphone

After enduring the many smart-alecky TV commercials that Apple has produced (some are funny, I grant), someone has written up a  cartoony comparison of the I-Phone vs a WM SmartPhone. Having worked with Windows Mobile devices for a good long while now, I found this pretty amusing.  No doubt the Apple faithful will be unduly offended by this, as…

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Potential issues with DST patching

In working with the series of Daylight Saving Time patches that have been released, I wanted to highlight some of the issue that can be encountered.  Thus far, I have found four issues that can be encountered.  Each one is fairly unique, and some of them have been covered on the Exchange Team blog at…

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A Mac user switches to Vista – Tech News & Reviews – MSNBC.com

This was an interesting and good read.  A reporter, who uses a Mac to do his work, switched to using Vista (albeit temporarily).  I think the reporter did a good job of writing an unbiased article comparing the two.  In the end, he went back to his Mac because that’s what made him feel comfortable, but…

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24 Hours of Exchange Server 2007

Paul Flaherty blogs some GREAT information on a series of Webcasts for Exchange 2007.  As he mentions, these aren’t ordinary webcasts – they have homework.  They sounds like a great way to get your skills updated for Exchange 2007. Link to Carpe Diem: Flaphead.com @ Home : 24 Hours of Exchange Server 2007 Link to…

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How to temporarily break public folder access via OWA in Exchange 2000/2003

This was something that I just found out about a few weeks ago, so I thought I’d pass it along.  You know how Exchange 2000 introduced Recipient Policies as a method of controlling which e-mail addresses get assigned to users.  Furthermore, there is always a Default Recipient Policy, which is created when the first Exchange…

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Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow

My family and I spent Christmas in Cedar City, Utah visiting with my wife’s family.  During that time, her brother also got married.  The wedding was on Wednesday, Dec, 27th, in St.George, Utah.  While there had been a little snow in Cedar over Christmas, there wasn’t much on the ground.  That all changed on Wednesday.  It started…

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Southwest does a good job

Last week on Wednesday, I flew out of Las Vegas destined for Dallas.  We had just spent a lovely Christmas with my in-laws in Cedar City, UT, and I had to fly back home to get back to work.  The problem was that there were high winds in Vegas, which was causing delays for all flights.  I…

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