I have an Asus/Google Nexus 7 which is set up to receive mail from Exchange 2010.
At least, it was. Some time ago it stopped receiving mail. When the mail client tried to sync, I got this message:
“Couldn’t open connection to server due to security error”.
The message is not particularly clear. I
…continue reading Email hassles with Android and Exchange: couldn’t open connection to server
Ever wished computers had a “do what I mean” button?
Here’s a case in point. I use Outlook/Exchange rules to sort email into subfolders. I set up a new rule, and was annoyed to find that while messages were correctly being moved into the selected folder, they were not being deleted from the source folder.
…continue reading Why Outlook rules copy a message when you asked for it to be moved
Apple’s Snow Leopard (OS 10.6) came out last week, and one of its most hyped features is native support for Microsoft Exchange. Here’s what Apple says:
With Snow Leopard, the Mac is the only computer with built-in support for the latest version of Microsoft Exchange Server. So you can use your Mac —
…continue reading Apple Snow Leopard and Exchange: the real story
The campaign at fixoutlook.org is brilliant. Outlook 2010 will have broken HTML support, it says, because it will use Word to render HTML:
Microsoft has confirmed they plan on using the Word rendering engine to display HTML emails in Outlook 2010. This means for the next 5 years your email designs will need tables for
…continue reading Outlook HTML is better broken and safe, than rich and dangerous
Yes, Xobni is brilliant.
Have you ever tried sorting an Outlook inbox by conversation? Of course Outlook goes into a thrash while it prepares the view. Then when it has finished, it does not work right. It has a limited view of what a conversation is, based on the email title. It does not show
…continue reading Xobni: Outlook users should try this now