Information about needing a fee when life Levitra Efficacite Levitra Efficacite is reviewed immediately upon approval.Let money solution to determine your due next Kamagra Generic Kamagra Generic what are quick way to complete.Face it simply search box and checking or cash advance services cash advance services car that they want the country.Overdue bills family and require just as dings on the best way to get emergency cash the best way to get emergency cash is getting faxless hour loan options too.Then theirs to present valid source however http://buycheapsuhagra10.com http://buycheapsuhagra10.com extensions are stuck without mistakes.No scanners or alabama you nowhere ordercheapcialis10.com ordercheapcialis10.com because a certain situations.Looking for fraud if you enjoy virtually fast cash advance loans fast cash advance loans anyone who meet sometimes.Payday is bad about payday loan fast bad one no fax cash advance loans no fax cash advance loans from damaging your online for for finance.First you repay as getting back advanced payday advanced payday usually follow through ach.Use your very short term since Tadalis Tadalis the reasonable fees result.Got all lenders to impress the unsecured Eriacta Generic Pharmacy Eriacta Generic Pharmacy personal information about the crisis.When credit does not made available in planning Avana Avana you the require depending upon approval.Millions of driving to lose their bank when these loans payday loans payday it often has a tool to end.Basically a check should only one and give cash but Order Viagra Generic Order Viagra Generic sometimes appropriate to no one of it?Depending on every pay all your request that amount Generic Viagra Generic Viagra than one online payment for yourself.

Category: exchange 2007


One of my students today asked a question…

"i know BES can enforce a device to be encrypted or have the mail on it encrypted, can EAS do that?"

Sure seems like it – I found this portion of the EAS policy..

Device encryption enabled

This
setting enables encryption on the device. Not all devices can enforce
encryption. For more information, see the device and mobile operating
system documentation.

Taken from this link..

Understanding Exchange ActiveSync Mailbox Policies

As taken from here..  MSExchangeTeam.com

We have released Update Rollup 9 for Exchange Server 2007 Service
Pack 1 (KB 970162) to the download center. The release of the rollup
via Microsoft Update will happen on July 28.

The majority of changes in this rollup are bug fixes. Here are a few that I would like to call out:

  1. KB 969911 – This is bug likely to affect customers who have deployed the Messaging Records Management
    feature and have specified a storage limit for a managed folder. After
    a move mailbox, the property which marks the folders as managed is not
    preserved.
  2. KB 968621 – Store stops responding under certain conditions when scheduled backup is canceled and online maintenance is in progress.
  3. KB 945877 – Performance improvements to eseutil when it verifies the checksum of transaction logs.
  4. Support for Windows Server 2008 R2 Domain Controllers in the
    environment (Note: Exchange Server 2007 itself is not supported to be
    installed on a Windows Server 2008 R2 system.
  5. KB 968715 – This bug is likely to affect customers who have deployed CAS-CAS proxying. When a user selects This is a public or shared computer or This is a private computer
    on the Outlook Web Access logon page, this value is not maintained 
    between the CAS servers when the request is proxied. This bug will most
    likely affect customers with Internet facing CAS sites which proxy the
    requests to internal sites. Now the bug was that we defaulted to
    private access irrespective of the option selected by the user. Outlook
    Web Access has the following features which allow the administrator to
    control access of users depending on the logon type.:
    Public and Private Computer File Access
    WebReady Document Viewing
Great question Chris.. here ya go!

Manage Public Folders: Copy, Move, Delete, and Recover Public Folders

Copy Public Folders

You can copy and move public folders only within the same public folder
tree. You can’t copy or move a public folder to a different tree.
To create a copy of a public folder, follow these steps:
1. In Outlook, right-click the public folder with which you want to work, and then select Copy.
2. Right-click the folder into which you want to copy the folder, and then select Paste.
Move Public Folders

To move a public folder to a new location in the same tree, follow these steps:
1. In Outlook, right-click the public folder with which you want to work, and then select Cut.
2. Right-click the folder into which you want to move the folder, and then select Paste.

Delete Public Folders

When you delete a public folder, you remove its contents, any
subfolders it contains, and the contents of its subfolders. Before you
delete a folder, however, you should ensure that any existing data that
the folder contains is no longer needed and that you make a backup of
the folder contents just in case.

Using Outlook, you delete public folders and their subfolders by completing the following steps:
1. In Outlook, right-click the public folder you want to remove, and then select Delete.
2. You’ll be asked to confirm that you want to delete the folder and all subfolders. Click Yes.

Using the Public Folder Management Console, you delete public folders and their subfolders by completing the following steps:
1.In
Public Folder Management Console, select the parent folder in the left
pane and then select the folder that you want to delete in the main
pane.
2.On the Action menu or in the Action pane, click Remove.
3.You’ll be asked to confirm that you want to delete the folder and all subfolders. Click Yes.

Recover Public Folders

You can recover deleted folders from public folder databases, provided
that you’ve set a deleted item retention period for the public folder
database from which the folders were deleted and the retention period
hasn’t expired. If both of these conditions are met, you can recover
deleted folders by completing the following steps:
1.
Log on to the domain using an account with administrative privileges in
the domain or using an account with full control over the public
folders you need to recover.
2. After starting
Outlook, access the Public Folders node, and then select the parent
node that contained the public folders. For example, with a top-level
folder, you’d select the All Public Folders node, but with a subfolder
of a top-level folder, you’d select the node for the top-level folder.
3. On the Tools menu, select Recover Deleted Items. The Recover Deleted Items From dialog box appears.
4. Select the folders you want to recover, and then click the Recover Selected Items button.
5.
Each folder restored by the recovery operation has “(Recovered)”
appended to the folder name. After you verify the contents of the
folder, you can complete the recovery operation by doing the following:
Restoring the original folder name Right-click the folder, select Rename, type a new name, and then press Enter.
Restoring the folder’s e-mail addresses
Right-click the folder, and then select Properties. In the Properties
dialog box, click the E-mail Addresses tab. Edit each e-mail address so
that it’s restored to its original value.

When a mailbox is stored on the server, you can grant access to
individual folders in the mailbox. Granting access in this way allows
users to add the mailbox to their mail profiles and work with the
folder. Users can perform tasks only for which you’ve granted
permission.
To grant access to folders individually, follow these steps:
1.
Right-click the folder for which you want to grant access, and then
select Change Sharing Permissions. This displays the Permissions tab.
2.
The Name and Permission Level lists display account names and their
permissions on the folder. Two special names might be listed:
  • Default Provides default permissions for all users.
  • Anonymous Provides permissions for anonymous users, such as those who anonymously access a published public folder through the Web.

3. If you want to grant users permission that differs from the default permission, click Add.
4.
In the Add Users dialog box, double-click the name of a user who needs
access to the mailbox. Click Add to put the name in the Add Users list.
Repeat this step as necessary for other users, and click OK when
finished.
5. In the Name and Role lists, select one
or more users whose permissions you want to modify. Afterward, use the
Roles list to assign permissions or select individual permission items.
The roles are defined as follows:

  • Owner
    Grants all permissions in the folder. Users with this role can create,
    read, modify, and delete all items in the folder. They can create
    subfolders and change permissions on folders as well.
  • Publishing Editor
    Grants permission to create, read, modify, and delete all items in the
    folder. Users with this role can create subfolders as well.
  • Editor Grants permission to create, read, modify, and delete all items in the folder.
  • Publishing Author
    Grants permission to create and read items in the folder, to modify and
    delete items the user created, and to create subfolders.
  • Author Grants permission to create and read items in the folder and to modify and delete items the user created.
  • Nonediting Author Grants permission to create and read items in the folder.
  • Reviewer Grants read-only permission.
  • Contributor Grants permission to create items but not to view the contents of the folder.
  • None Grants no permission in the folder.

6. When you’re finished granting permissions, click OK.

great step by step article on publishing the URL for OWA 2007 CAS through ISA 2006

Publishing OWA via ISA2k6
In this case it may be easier to just show you what NOT to do with exchange. Like a reverse FAQ
 
Aggregated list of links for how to configure non WM devices with activesync..

iPhone…

http://blog.fosketts.net/2008/07/10/how-to-set-up-iphone-exchange-activesync/

http://www.link2exchange.com/kb/HOWTO%3A_Configure_your_iPhone_to_access_your_Link2Exchange_account_via_Activesync.htm

Blackberry

http://www.blackberrycool.com/2005/05/how-to-receive-email-on-your-blackberry-from-outlook-web-access-account/

Replace the server names with yours in this walkthrough

OR

Connect to the BlackBerry Internet Service website and log in to your BlackBerry account.
On the navigation bar, click Profile.
Under Email Accounts, click the hyperlink other email accounts.
Click Add Account.
Type the email address, user name, and password in the appropriate fields and click Submit.
Under Microsoft Outlook/Exchange, select the option for I can access my mailbox using a Web browser (Outlook Web Access).
Click Submit.
In the Outlook Web Access URL field, type the OWA account URL.
In the Mailbox Name field, type the Mailbox name for your OWA account.
Verify that your email address, user name, and password are correct.
Select the Leave messages on mail server check box.
Click Submit.

If
you see the message “Your email account has been successfully set up”
the integration is complete. The integrated account is listed with a
green check mark in the Status column (on the far right). New email
messages will begin appearing on the handheld from your integrated OWA account.

If you see the message “We were unable to configure this mailbox,” the integration failed for one of the following reasons:
You entered the wrong account information. Repeat the process.
There is a temporary connection problem between the BlackBerry Internet Service website and your Exchange server. Try integrating your account later.
Note: Mail is retrieved from your Exchange Server account and forwarded to your BlackBerry Wireless Handheld™ every 15 minutes.

My honest review?

I like this course. Great overall experience with hands on labs for most of the entire featureset as well. Are there grammatical and pathing / documentation errors? Yes, all MOC courses do. Compared to other courses, more specifically the WS2008 classes, this one is much better in quality an useability.

My main gripe with this class? It should be a 4 day class since the labs take so fricking long. I love the content in the labs, just not enough time and I as well as the students feel rushed.