Standards. Who needs em?

I know it’s a little thing, but it would be really cool if all the PowerShell module/snapin developers could get on the same page with this:

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Outlook Says You’re Disconnected When You Open the Address Book

I had a case recently in which the end user couldn’t add any resource calendars to Outlook. Every time she tried, she would get this error message: “The connection to Microsoft Exchange is unavailable. Outlook must be online or connected to complete this action.” Which was curious because the Outlook status bar said it was connected and she was able to send and receive emails.

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Flawed password management model for Microsoft’s new Outlook app

Microsoft’s new Outlook for iOS and Android isn’t like other ActiveSync clients. In fact, it isn’t really an ActiveSync client at all. The actual ActiveSync client is a Microsoft-owned server that stores your username and password in order to get data from the Exchange server and then push it to the Outlook app. Why they didn’t just make a standard ActiveSync app and store the credentials on the mobile device is anyone’s guess. The problem with this model is that […]

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