Windows Mobile Messaging: Forwarded Messages show up as Attachments (Smart Forwarding / Smart Reply)

With Exchange 2003 we included features called Smart Forwarding and Smart Reply. Smart Forwarding: The default behavior with Pocket Outlook is that all forwards from the device will result in the original message being attached in the forwarded message as opposed to remaining in the message body. The concept behind Smart forwarding is that we…

1

Removing your Email Address from a Reply All message in Windows Mobile

  An Issue faced by a lot of customer is the problem of Reply All when your email address is added to the list and you end up with a response in your inbox. To get rid of this issue follow the steps below: Go to Activesync Choose Menu Choose Options Highlight Email Click on…

4

Push Mail and GAL Lookup missing when syncing to Exchange 2003 SP2 with a MSFP Device.

  Push mail and GAL lookup missing even when syncing to an Exchange 2003 SP2 Server with a MSFP device. During deployments you may run into the issue where your server is up and you are syncing without a problem but you aren’t getting the option to sync as items arrive as well as the…

3

Adding Ringtones to a Motorola Q (Smartphone)

Posted from: http://www.hellomotoq.com/forums/qool-stuff/48-add… It’s the question of all questions for the Motorola Q. How do you add or install custom ringtones to your Q? It’s real simple actually. First you need to know what you want to put on. Just make sure that it is in MP3 or WMA format. If you are solely using…

0

SSL Tunneling vs SSL Bridging

With Windows Mobile architecture we have the option of SSL Bridging or SSL Tunneling. Some Reverse Proxy servers like ISA allow for SSL Bridging. Taken from: http://www.isaserver.org/tutorials/Understanding_SSL_bridging_and_tunneling_within_ISA.html (Modified) SSL tunneling This is when the target website is tunneled to by you through ISA. The key word here is through. The ISA client communicates with the target…

0