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  • Blocking the Windows 8 Mail app in Exchange 2010 & 2013

    I think I might start a new tradition: every time a major/important OS or update is released, I try find out how to block it from Exchange . Now, I know the Mail app has been around for some time now. If you recollect, I did some research on how Exchange ActiveSync (EAS) within the Mail app works in general and how it implements security ...
    Posted to Dave Stork's IMHO (Weblog) by dmstork on October 18, 2013
  • Blocking iOS 7 in Exchange 2010 & 2013 (updated)

    Now that iOS 7 available, it might be interesting to know how to block this version. In the past there were some issues with the Exchange ActiveSync implementation in specific iOS DeviceOS versions (read this and this). Please note that I did not encountered or heard of any ActiveSync issues with iOS 7, but it might be prudent to be prepared. But ...
    Posted to Dave Stork's IMHO (Weblog) by dmstork on September 19, 2013
  • The Windows 8 Mail app

    A few hours back the Microsoft Exchange team published a blog post on how to connect and support your Windows 8 Mail app with Exchange. It has a lot of good info on which Exchange ActiveSync (EAS) policy settings are supported and how the App reacts. Most of those things I already discovered in earlier blog posts of mine, using the Windows 8 ...
    Posted to Dave Stork's IMHO (Weblog) by dmstork on November 27, 2012
  • Exchange 15 OWA Offline and Extensible?

    A few hours ago Mary-Jo Foley posted a blog in which she states (among other things not mentioned here) that the next version of Exchange (codename Exchange 15) could get an offline OWA. A requirement would be IE10. Considering Windows 8 tablets, this could be quite the competitor for Microsoft's own ActiveSync (EAS, also incorporated in all ...
    Posted to Dave Stork's IMHO (Weblog) by dmstork on April 20, 2012
  • More about Windows 8 CP and ActiveSync

    Since yesterday’s blog post “Yes, there is ActiveSync in Windows 8!”, I have fiddled some more with the Windows 8 Mail app. So, which other ActiveSync settings do work within Windows 8? There are quite a few, and some aren’t supported by all devices. So, which are important and could I use as a baseline? Well, Microsoft already made a baseline: ...
    Posted to Dave Stork's IMHO (Weblog) by dmstork on March 2, 2012
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