Mobility & Client Access

Last Updated on 27 June 2006, Total: 28 Articles and Tutorials

  1. Exchange Server 2003 and the Device Emulator 1.0 with MSFP

    In this article I will show you how to simulate a Smartphone or another mobile device with MSFP (Microsoft Security Feature Pack) with the help of the Device Emulator 1.0 with MSFP to test and simulate the new Direct Push and Security features of Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 Service Pack 2... Read More

  2. Exchange 2003 Mobile Messaging Part 4 – Accessing the Corporate GAL from your Mobile Device Using GAL Lookup

    In this article we’ll take a closer look at the GAL lookup feature... Read More

  3. Exchange 2003 Mobile Messaging Part 3 – Installing, Administering, and Using the Microsoft Exchange Server ActiveSync Web Administration tool

    In this article we’ll go through how to install and configure the Exchange Server ActiveSync Web Administration tool, as well as how to use the tool to initiate remote wipes, check transaction log entries, etc... Read More

  4. Exchange 2003 Mobile Messaging Part 2 - Uncovering the Device Security Policies

    In this article we’ll uncover the new device security policies available in Exchange 2003 SP2... Read More

  5. Exchange 2003 Mobile Messaging Part 1 - A look at the Microsoft DirectPush technology

    One of the most interesting features available in Exchange 2003 Service Pack 2 is without doubt the new DirectPush technology (aka AUTD v2), which improves the mobile messaging experience for your end-users by providing close to real over the air (OTA) push technology. In this article, which is the first in a 5 part article series on mobile messaging using... Read More

  6. Provisioning Outlook Web Access 2003

    Outlook Web Access (OWA) in Exchange 2003 is now even more customizable than ever before. Provisioning OWA will allow you to remove certain features for security and performance reasons, or if you are providing hosted Exchange mailboxes, resell certain features as value added features... Read More

  7. Configuring ISA to Redirect OWA Users to the Correct Directories and Protocols (Part 2)

    Part 1 of this two-part series on how to redirect OWA users to the right site and protocol discussed the issues involved with creating redirects for users who enter incorrect URLs or incorrect protocols when accessing the OWA Web site. We also went over the initial configuration steps you can use to perform the redirects. In this, part 2 and... Read More

  8. Configuring ISA to Redirect OWA Users to the Correct Directories and Protocols (Part 1)

    A frequent request I see on the Web boards and mailing lists is for information on how to help hapless uses who can’t remember to enter the correct path or protocol to reach the Exchange Server’s OWA site. While it might seem like a simple issue to enter the path into the Web browser Address bar and press... Read More

  9. Outlook Web Access 2003 Forms-based Authentication and the default domain dilemma - Part 2

    In my first article I showed you how you could edit the Logon.asp page in order to login simply by using username instead of (UPN) and domain\\username. I’ve got some excellent feedback from different Exchange admins already using similar methods and my idea with this article was to provide you with a few of the improved code snippets I’ve... Read More

  10. OWA 2003 Caveats when Deploying Windows XP SP2 in Your Organization

    In this article I will show you some of the caveats you run into when deploying Windows XP SP2 in an organization where your users rely on the Outlook Web Access (OWA) 2003 client, and because many of the security enhancements included in Windows XP SP2 have been made to Internet Explorer (IE) there are plenty... Read More