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Top 5 Exchange mobile tips of 2009

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According to reader interest, we've compiled our top Microsoft Exchange mobile tips of 2009. Read about improvements to Windows Mobile 6.5, details on different ActiveSync authentication methods and how to disable ActiveSync in bulk with EMS commands.

This was first published in January 2010

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One of the biggest differences between Windows Mobile 6.1 and Windows Mobile 6.5 is a redesigned user interface. That's not the only change, though. Microsoft also changed how to access ActiveSync and made improvements to Outlook Mobile.
#2    Configuring ActiveSync authentication in Exchange Server 2007
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#3    Performing a remote wipe on ActiveSync devices in Exchange Server 2007
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#4    Which ActiveSync authentication method is best for your mobile device?
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#5    Disable ActiveSync in bulk with Exchange Management Shell commands
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