TNX:TechNet Exchange Q – Will Push Technology work with my RSA Secure ID solution?

One of the questions that came up at least once in each of the cities was from someone who had an RSA Secure ID device attached to their Keychain/Passcard holster: “Will Direct Push mail delivery with MSFP work with my implemented RSA Secure ID solution?” The answer at the time was – hummm… i will have…

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TNX: TechNet Exchange – a photoset of the Toronto Event

If you were at the TechNet event in Toronto and you saw a guy taking pictures with a big camera – chances are it was my colleague Barnaby Jeans… He just managed to get the photos uploaded for all to view. There are some good shots of the 20 foot high Windows Mobile 5 device…

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Follow Up Q – What Mobile 5 Devices in Canada should I choose?

I got a number of emails and comments on the evaluation forms asking for more information around what Windows Mobile 5 devices have I used and what do I recommend.  This is both an interesting and hard question to answer.  On the one hand – you can do a feature comparison and select a device…

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Live Communications Server co-existence mode information…

This is the first of many responses to Feedback and Questions that we gathered up from the TNX TechNet Exchange tour feedback/comments as well as the many personal emails and discussions Damir and I had throughout the tour. This one goes out to Jason Parente… He was an attendee at the Montreal TechNet presentation and…

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TNX:Technet Exchange Tour Question – InBox Rules in Exchange Server 2003

While in Calgary for the TNX:TechNet Exchange Tour I was asked a question on Inbox Rules in Exchange Server 2003 and Outlook 2003.  The attendee in question wanted to know if there was a maximum limit to the number of Inbox rules you can define in Exchange 2003.   I did not think so as I…

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Final City Report – TNX: TechNet Exchange (YUL – Montreal)

I can’t get away from posting the final report on the last city on the TechNet Exchange tour. Montreal. It was last Thursday with over 300 attendees who came to eagerly see the tour and experience the power of collaboration with Sharepoint, Live Communication Server and Exchange on the mobile platform of any device anywhere….

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Windows Mobile 5 Emulator and .bin file Images from the tour

Damir and I are in the process of personally reviewing each and every feedback and comment you provided to us through the evaluations. Yup – we said we reviewed them and we aren’t joking. Our plan is to have the bulk of the questions addressed in a subsequent blog post or two (three, four …)…

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We have a definition for AKU!!!

Thanks to Dwayne Lamb of VisualByte in Toronto for digging up the definition of the term we have been using a fair bit on the TNX:TechNet Exchange Tour.  The acronym AKU stands for Adaptation Kit Update, which is a set of code sent to OEMs to update Mobile 5 devices.  Like we said on the…

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Tool Available to Verify Certificate Authentication for Mobile 5 Devices

As a follow-on to the TNX:TechNet Exchange Tour, I thought I would share with you a new tool that was recently released to help you ensure your certificate-based authentication of Mobile 5 devices is properly configured.  The Microsoft Exchange Server ActiveSync Certificate-Based authentication tool provides several utilities to assist an Exchange administrator in configuring and…

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TNX: TechNet Exchange – Toronto (YYZ)

So here we are, the next day after the event in Toronto and I’m already in the next hotel in the next city writing a blog post. I’m working in my mobile state with Outlook 2003 working in Cached Mode using RPC over HTTPS to connect back to my Exchange server in Redmond at mail.microsoft.com. I’m a prime…

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