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April 24, 2013
As organizations scale up mobile initiatives, ActiveSync monitoring is crucial to avoiding performance bottlenecks and overloading Exchange.
February 14, 2013
A problem in the latest iPhone and iPad operating system generates an endless loop of transaction logs that can slow Exchange 2010 servers to a crawl.
December 20, 2012
Google ditched Microsoft ActiveSync in favor of its own Google Sync based on open protocols.
July 23, 2010
Apple released an update to the iPhone iOS 4.0.0 to fix issues with Exchange ActiveSync that caused heavier than normal server loads and sync issues.
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These tips highlight the pros and cons of popular mobile devices management options that work with Exchange. Continue Reading
ActiveSync links users' mobile devices to their Exchange accounts, but it can't do much else. Take this quiz to see what you know about the protocol. Continue Reading
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Take a closer look at SharePoint, Office 365 and Lync as potential tools for collaboration with Exchange in your organization. Continue Reading
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. Continue Reading
Underused but important, the Exchange 2010 ActiveSync Quarantine feature helps restrict which devices connect to Exchange. Here's what you need to know. Continue Reading
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Companies looking to use more than one Office 365 tenant should be aware of the limitations and technical requirements. Continue Reading
Knowing the settings for the mailbox server and the Client Access server role is the key to customizing ActiveSync virtual directories. Continue Reading
Supporting OWA 2013 on various mobile devices can prove a bit tricky. These important tips will make life easier for admins and users alike. Continue Reading
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Exchange 2013 may not be exactly what you need as a mobile device management platform, but some of its features can still fit your needs. Continue Reading
Misbehaving Exchange ActiveSync devices can put a serious strain on your environment. Take control with new auto-block thresholds in Exchange 2013. Continue Reading
Many companies use Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync to give users email access, but its limitations prevent it from being a full MDM tool. Continue Reading