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 […]

Redirecting from / to /owa

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Lets assume that you have a webmail.domain.com that you’d like to redirect to webmail.domain.com/owa and you don’t want to use IIS redirection. How do you do it in HTML?   Simple, create a text file called “default.asp” and place it in the virtual directory that is handled by webmail.domain.com and place the following code inside […]

Exchange 2010 Beta Released

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What’s Exchange 2010 – Exchange 14 of course, or the public name for the next version of Exchange. I’ve picked a few things to talk about in this post and more will follow in due course. Two links that will be immediately interesting are the download link and the beta documentation link. Download the Beta […]

Exchange 2007 SP1 High Availability

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So you want to eliminate a single point of failure – where do you start? Let’s assume you have anything upwards of 100 users. You would like mail flow, OWA, Active Sync and Outlook to carry on working – what’s the minimum hardware requirement ? 4 Servers. No matter if you have 100 or 2000 […]

I have a new Toy – a Blackberry 8800

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Yup – it’s not a Windows phone – it’s a Blackberry – Why ? Battery life with good follow-me email support. The Blackberry service knows how to suck mail out of OWA and push it to my phone – while it’s not the rich phone experience I’m used to on the Windows Phone platform, it’s […]