20 février 2013

iOS 6.1.2 pour corriger le bug Exchange

Apple a publié la mise à jour 6.1.2 d'iOS qui corrige le bug sur Exchange. Les serveurs Exchange vont pouvoir souffler et les possesseurs d'iPad et d'iPhone vont voir l'autonomie de la batterie s'améliorer. En effet, Apple a publié iOS 6.1.2 qui corrige un bug existant sur le calendrier Exchange. Quand les utilisateurs de terminaux iOS 6.1 essayaient de mettre à jour leurs données avec Exchange Server 2010, un message d'erreur leur indiquait « Impossible de recevoir les messages » et « La connexion au serveur a... [Lire la suite]
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11 février 2013

iOS 6.1 banned from corporate servers due to Exchange snafu

iPads and iPhones running the newest version of iOS are being blocked in some enterprises because bugs are overloading corporate Exchange servers One of the benefits of Apple's iOS devices such as the iPad and iPhone is that you can upgrade to the latest version as soon as it comes out. Being on the cutting edge is usually a good thing, but sometimes it can come back to bite you. If you are connecting to an Exchange server for mail and calendar services, the latest version of iOS has an unpleasant surprise in store for you.... [Lire la suite]
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07 décembre 2012

Configure certificate-based authentication for Exchange ActiveSync

In previous posts, we have discussed certificate based authentication (CBA) for Outlook Web App, and Greg Taylor has covered publishing Outlook Web App and Exchange ActiveSync (EAS) with certificate based authentication using ForeFront TMG in this whitepaper. Certificate based authentication can also be accomplished using ForeFront Unified Access Gateway. In this post, we will discuss how to configure CBA for EAS for Exchange 2010 in deployments without TMG or UAG. To recap some of the common questions administrators and IT... [Lire la suite]
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17 septembre 2012

Forefront TMG 2010 EOL Announcement

Today, Microsoft finally announced the discontinuing of most of it’s ForeFront products, including the retirement of products used in many Exchange deployments, ForeFront Threat Management Gateway (TMG) 2010 and ForeFront Protection for Exchange (FPE). The products to be discontinued are: ForeFront Threat Management Gateway (TMG), including Forefront TMG Web Protection Services (TMG WPS); ForeFront Protection for Exchange (FPE); ForeFront Protection for SharePoint (FPSP); ForeFront Security for OCS (FSOCS); ForeFront... [Lire la suite]
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07 juin 2012

Exchange 2010 Notes from the Field - ActiveSync and Active Directory Permissions Inheritance : ActiveSync not working for users?

One of my earlier Exchange 2010 deployments was at a client that had modified the default inheritance settings of Active Directory such that default security permissions did not apply to some Organizational Units (OUs). This prevented ActiveSync from creating necessary objects and setting necessary attributes to provision iPhones for these users against their Exchange 2010 mailboxes. Similar issues occur if you attempt to configure an ActiveSync device for a mailbox associated with a user that is a member of certain privileged groups... [Lire la suite]
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10 décembre 2011

Mise en place de Certificat Client sur terminaux ActiveSync dans un environnement Exchange 2010 SP1

Suite à une demande particulière d'un client, j'ai du réfléchir à la mise en place d'une solution permettant d'authentifier les clients, j'ai donc regardé de ce côté : Que ce soit avec Windows Phone 7, Windows Mobile, iPhone ou Android, il est conseillé de sécuriser vos synchronisations ActiveSync surtout dans un contexte où la tendance est que de plus en plus de terminaux mobiles de tous types essaieront de se connecter à votre environnement de messagerie. Une manière de sécuriser ces communications est d’utiliser un certificat... [Lire la suite]
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21 novembre 2010

How to Configure an iPhone for Microsoft BPOS Exchange Online Email

One of the great things about Exchange Online and the Microsoft Business Productivity Online Suite is that it works seamlessly with nearly any Smartphone.  This guide will show you how to connect your iPhone to BPOS. How to Connect an iPhone to BPOS The iPhone 3G, 3GS, or 4 can be used to connect to BPOS as long as it is running iOS 4.0.1 or newer. This procedure can also be used for the iPod Touch, with the same iOS requirements. The iPhone only supports a single Exchange Account. If you already have configured your... [Lire la suite]
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12 août 2010

iOS 4.0.1 Includes Exchange ActiveSync fix

Image courtesy Engadget: The iOS 4 issue wit Exchange ActiveSync (EAS) which resulted in iPhone 4 and other iOS devices running the OS not being able to sync with Exchange Server (see Apple fixes issue with iOS 4 and Exchange ActiveSync), has been fixed in iOS 4.0.1. Earlier Apple released a configuration profile to change the device timeout to 240 seconds. iOS 4.0.1 includes the configuration change. http://exchangepedia.com/2010/07/ios-4-0-1-includes-exchange-activesync-fix.html
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20 juillet 2010

Microsoft confirms iOS 4 ActiveSync Issues, helping Apple resolve them

Microsoft is working with Apple to help it resolve issues with iOS 4, Apple’s latest update to the iPhone OS, and Exchange ActiveSync. Earlier this week Apple released an update to fix some of these issues. See Apple fixes issue with iOS 4 and Exchange ActiveSync. In a blog post on the Exchange team blog, Microsoft’s Adam Glick confirms the issues users are facing with Apple’s new iPhone 4, and older iPhone devices that have been upgraded to iOS 4. The post lists 3 issues that iOS 4 users been having with EAS: iOS4 devices... [Lire la suite]
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20 juillet 2010

Why all Exchange ActiveSync experiences aren’t the same… and how to know what you’re getting

One of the most frequent questions I get as the Product Manager for Exchange ActiveSync (EAS) is for a list of EAS-enabled devices and what functionality they support. This is often a difficult thing to provide since Microsoft licenses patents (which are Microsoft’s Intellectual Property) to EAS licensees. Along with licensing our Intellectual Property (IP), we provide public access to the Exchange ActiveSync protocol documentation. IP licensing does not include Microsoft writing the code for the licensee’s devices or services— that... [Lire la suite]
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