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    The recent Exchange 2013 cumulative update includes improved features for Public Folders and Exchange ActiveSync.

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  • OWA Light vs. Exchange ActiveSync on Windows Mobile devices

    Are you wondering whether to use Outlook Web Access (OWA) Light or Exchange ActiveSync for email messages on your Windows Mobile devices? This tip details how each method affects mobile device battery life, security, ease of use and cost.

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  • Using Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync for MDM: What you can and can’t do

    Many companies use Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync to give users email access, but its limitations prevent it from being a full MDM tool.

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  • ActiveSync standards will cause ripples in wireless market

    In this interview, Scalix's open source programs director describes calendaring standards, discusses the difficulties companies encounter due to a lack of TNEF support and explains how SyncML will affect interoperability standards.

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  • Forms-based authentication errors with OMA and ActiveSync

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  • iPad Active Directory management options leave much to be desired

    On the iPad, Active Directory’s capabilities are seriously curtailed. ActiveSync offers some iPad management options around email and passwords, but IT admins expect more.

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  • ActiveSync mailbox policies vs. Windows Intune: What’s better for MDM?

    At one time, ActiveSync and Intune were so similar it didn't matter which one admins chose to managing mobile devices. That's no longer the case.

    Brien Posey10,335 pointsBadges:
  • ActiveSync and front-end DNS aliases

    Sometimes ActiveSync will not work if an SSL certificate is using the front-end server's DNS alias.

  • ActiveSync essentials for the Exchange admin

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