• Make external IP address accessable from internal network

    Hi, Out users have iPhones which receive their emails via Exchange Active Sync. To work correctly they need to be able to access the exchange server using the same IP address internally and externally. Currently I have mapped the DNS name to our internall address while in our network. This worked...

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  • Sponsor Post: Fear the Cloud? Migration Pros and Cons (on-demand chat from 6/29/2010)

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  • Global address list on iPhone

    Why doen't the exchange global address list apprear under contacts?

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  • Seemingly excessive Reads affecting task synch with BlackBerry BPS (BES)?

    User states that can synch mail and Calendar from Notes 7 to BlackBerry BPS, but unable to synch Tasks. While the focus is on BPS, I need to understand what's happening within the User Details button of the Mail Database, Properties, i Tab -- User Details. In a 24 hour period, the user the...

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  • iPhone IP address

    If a smart phone (eg iphone, blackberry) user connects to his IM account from his smart phone to send messages, where does the phone get issued its IP address from? Would travelling between cell sites have any impact on the IP address - eg would it be issued a new one as it moves to another cell...

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  • Setting up Small Business Server 2008 on a workstation

    I know when setting up Small Business Server 2008 on a workstation, you simply go to an internal web address that downloads the client software to the machine that is used to verify the credentials and to log onto the server. However, my question is when doing this, does this block any non-server...

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  • Sponsor Post: Secure End Point Live Expert Chat – Tomorrow @ 11am ET

    Join this expert chat tomorrow, July 13th from 11am-2pm ET, to learn how Microsoft Forefront solutions protect client and server operating systems from emerging threats and information loss, while enabling more secure access from virtually anywhere. Click here for reminder email to access the...

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  • Is iPhone 4 enterprise-ready? Weigh in.

    Despite reports that iPhone has doubled in the enterprise since a year ago, many still think the latest Apple magic device isn't quite enterprise-ready. If you don't have much faith in iPhone for enterprise, which smartphone do you trust in your business as a corporate device?

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  • Possible security issues of having Droid phones attached to Exchange 2007

    We have some users (Salespeople of course) that are requesting the droid phone. In testing it; I see that we can remote wipe the device but in reality; what about any other data that can/would be indexed by "the Google"? Is that wiped as well? Personally I don't care for having Iphones or droid...

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  • Determine Bluetooth Specification Versions Supported by your hardware

    I understand there are a number of versions of the Bluetooth Specification, recently V2.1 with EDR and V3.0 and 4.0 perhaps on the horizon. How do I determine what versions are supported by my bluetooth hardware? (PC USB dongle or internal Laptop H/W) Can I test that my v2.0 or v2.1 device supports...

    Pagan5 pointsBadges:
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  • How do I connect my BlackBerry Storm to my Microsoft Exchange Server

    Just changed from BB World Edition 8830 to Blackberry storm and am having trouble connecting to my Microsoft exchange server e-mail account

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  • BlackBerry picking up email instead of 2nd computer

    Two computers have the same POP3 email account setup with the option to leave a copy of the message on the server. When one computer sends to the other the BlackBerry is the only device that picks up the email and not the second computer - why? Thanks, Daniel

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  • Standard Reports for FSCM (Collections & Disputes)

    Are there any stamdard reports for Collections Management and Dispute Management?

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  • How to send SMS messages via ASP.NET using laptop’s tethered modem

    I want to send sms through my asp.net vb code by connecting modem or cell to my computer using usb port. I came to know that sms can be send 1. gsm modem 2. using web service provided by 3rd party or 3. using sms gate way provided by 3rd party. so I want to send individually thourgh my cell phone...

    Vgpalrv5 pointsBadges:
  • SharePoint 2010 Support of Disconnected, Mobile or non-Windows Platforms

    How does SharePoint 2010 support users who are disconnected, mobile, or on non-Windows platforms? This question is from the Microsoft Live Chat which took place on June 1st.

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  • getting Active sync error on exchange server 2003

     m getting a lot of warnings and errors for active sync on windows server 2003 sp2 , exchange server 2003 The average of the most recent [200] heartbeat intervals used by clients is less than or equal to [540]. Make sure that your firewall configuration is set to work correctly with Exchange...

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  • Help syncing iPhone to Microsoft Exchange

    I'm trying to sync my iPhone with Microsoft Exchange. My Windows 2003 SBS is configured as specified by Apple and ActiveSync passed the tests. Now when I create an Exchange account on my phone it says the account is verified and I get a brief message at the end saying 'Configuring Sync for...

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  • Slow internet through linksys and asus routers

    I used to have great connection with my Linksys Router wrt54gc. After more than a year of use, it started acting up. Connection became very slow until it can no longer connect to the internet. So I thought my router was already defective. I bought a new one, Asus WL-520GU. The shop where I bought...

    Ewanko0815 pointsBadges:

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