The case for wildcard certificates

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Wildcard certificates used to have a stigma attached to them; however I didn’t really know where that stigma came from, except that it was considered “best practice” not to use them under certain circumstances. So I did a bit of digging – let’s start with the gold standard for Certificate Authorities (CA) – VeriSign, gold […]

Yes there is, yes there is, YES THERE IS AN SP1

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News of SP1 is out, and we can talk about the new richness and goodness in SP1, including but not limited to: Becoming more attractive instantly after applying the SP. Outlook 2007 being able to access the Personal Archive OWA being faster than any other version ever, even faster than 2010 RTM Staggering amounts of […]

Yes there is, yes there is, YES THERE IS AN SP1

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Wohooo, news of SP1 is out, and we can talk about the new richness and goodness in SP1, including but not limited to: Becoming more attractive instantly after applying the SP. Outlook 2007 being able to access the Personal Archive OWA being faster than any other version ever, even faster than 2010 RTM Staggering amounts […]

AstraSync saves my mobile bacon

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My mobile phone’s a BlackBerry. I love how stable it is, I love the community support, the battery life, and so on and so on, Except I battle with the fact the RIM haven’t done anything about licensing ActiveSync. So, I understand there’s competing platforms, etc, but honestly, I don’t care. As the consumer, I […]

Exchange 2010 is new, or is it?

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So Exchange 2010 was released for worldwide consumption, and was seen for the first time yesterday, or was it? Actually no. Due to the partners and customers who have spent months and even years working with Microsoft, a number of people have been benefitting from Exchange 2010 for a while now already, albeit in various […]