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About Mobile Devices

Microsoft Exchange Server administrators often have to manage Windows Mobile devices, BlackBerrys, and smartphones as part of their email and messaging administration duties. These tips and tutorials will help you master Exchange Server mobile device management technologies like ActiveSync and Direct Push and teach you how to correctly set up, synchronize and secure your corporate mobile devices.