Friday, September 22, 2006
• Secure, wireless and "Direct Push" synchronization of corporate e-mail, attachments, calendar and contacts with Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 SP2
• Global Address List (GAL) Look-up
• IT Policies including Remote Wipe & Device Passwords
• Mass Configuration Tool available for faster and more managed deployments
Looks like I may have to dig out one of my old 5600's to give this a test. If someone out there using a 2003se device and exchange, has the chance, give this a shot and let us know what you think. I will try it myself, schedule permitting once I can find a phone to get charged up.
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Monday, September 18, 2006
An updated detailed discussion on how Microsoft IT manages the large quantities of unwanted e-mail (a.k.a. spam) and malware-infected messages in its inbound Internet e-mail traffic. The paper documents how Microsoft IT uses Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 technologies, Microsoft Office Outlook 2003, and third-party solutions to both reduce the quantity of spam routed through the corporate messaging infrastructure by filtering at the gateway layer and then remove the threats in remaining messages posed by viruses, worms, and their common distribution vectors, such as file attachments.
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