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Exchange Active Sync settings command, PrimarySmtpAddress and Autodiscover web.config

I don’t know if a lot of people run into those issues described in KB3011892 and KB3012580, which ends in confusion by end-users and maybe a high volume of tickets for your helpdesk. 257 more words


Zombie health mailboxes and EAS probes

When I discussed how some corrupt health mailboxes came about following my flattening of an Exchange 2013 server, I called them “zombie mailboxes”, which might have seemed unkind to some. 561 more words

Exchange 2013

How to customize ABQ EAS quarantine message

I was asked, if it’s possible to customize the notification message, which is send to a user, when you introduce ABQ list for ActiveSync devices. 366 more words


The new Outlook for iOS and Android app now supports PIN/Passcodes

Microsoft have updated the Outlook for iOS and Android app to support PIN or Passcode enforcement security on iOS devices.

In the latest update this feature is listed as “support for Pin enforcement policies set by server administrators”.    280 more words

OWA For Devices

Blocking Outlook App for iOS & Android

Yesterday, Microsoft announced the immediate availability the Outlook for iOS and Outlook for Android preview. These apps are the former app named Acompli, which was… 501 more words

Exchange 2010

doubled_it reblogged this on Double D IT and commented:

I just wanted to share this great article from EighTwOne on how to block the new Oulook app for iOS & Android. I don't usually share other people's posts but I thought this was particularly useful as there is quite a storm brewing in the proverbial teacup over this app. If you have concerns about the privacy and security of this app, use the commands listed in the linked article to create a device block or quarantine policy for the app.

Open letter to Tony Redmond and Microsoft - Outlook for iOS and Android

I have only just started this blog and I am already disagreeing with Exchange god Tony Redmond!

This release of Outlook for iOS and Android… 966 more words

OWA For Devices

How to block unwanted User Agent using F5

There are many ways to block applications based on User Agent. You can use ActiveSyncDeviceAccessRules for EAS or EWSAllowList/EWSBlockList.

Besides this you can block those User Agnets already on a load balancer. 1,112 more words