Having problems updating your calendar entries on your iPhone using activesync?

If you can view but not change calendar entries on your iPhone, please make sure that you are using the username exactly how it’s listed in Active Directory. If you are a Lanlogic Hosted Exchange customer, you can find this entry by logging into the control panel with your email address and password and going […]

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Factory Resetting an iPhone

It happens sometimes; you’ve got to completely erase your phone or mobile device for whatever reason.  Well, for the iPhone, it’s not difficult.  Just do the following: 1.  Go to Settings from the main screen. 2.   Select General 3.  Select Reset (you’ll need to scroll down to see it) 4.  Select Erase All Contents […]

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iPhone Not Synching with Activesync

Another iPhone post! We had a user having issues setting up his iPhone where he had everything running great and then, all of the sudden, it stopped synching. Not only did it stop synching, but all of is folders showed up and they were completely empty! Crazy, right? Well, for all of you Exchangers out […]

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Apple Apologizes for Mobile Me

Hey guys! Great article here from Engadget (http://www.engadget.com/2008/07/16/apple-apologizes-for-its-mobileme-mess-admits-bungle-on-push/). Apparently there have been issues on top issues with Mobile Me because Apple feels they may have released it too soon. While this is a messy thing, there are two nice things here: 1. Apple fessed up right away and shouldered the blame. 2. Because they had […]

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iPhone 2.0 (3G) and Microsoft Exchange

A Wiki has been set up to keep track of iPhone issues with Exchange.  It will prove to be a wealth of information as more people use the iPhone ActiveSync client to sync their Exchange mailbox with their iPhone.  One thing to note is that tasks and notes do not sync.  This is by design. […]

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Want to upgrade your iPhone via another method?

 Check out this link to Mac Rumors.  I did this yesterday (after upgrading to iTunes 7.7) and had no problems whatsoever with the upgrade.  Just make sure that you’ve fully charged your iPhone!

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Doing a Soft Reset on an iPhone

Every now and then, any piece of hardware needs a good swift kick in the rear. Things get a little weird and just dont act right. If you are a PC user, you know what I am talking about. If you are a Mac user, you are better at lying to yourself about it, but […]

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Hard Reset of the iPhone – Returning to Factory Defaults

While the iPhone is a fairly stable device, there are always times when a reset to factory defaults is required. Maybe you hacked a little too far. Maybe you are selling it and need your personal information removed to keep yourself safe. Or maybe, heaven forbid, your Apple device is just acting buggy. No matter […]

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New iPhone 3G coming out!

The new iPhone 3G is coming out on Friday.  It will support ActiveSync with your Hosted Exchange mailbox.  Exciting times! Here is a link to Apple’s video about the new phone: http://www.apple.com/iphone/guidedtour/ There is question about whether the Consumer Data Plan will work for ActiveSync.  It may require the Enterprise Data Plan.  I called the local […]

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iPhone 2.0 software will be released this Friday

The new iPhone 2.0 software will be released this Friday (July 11th).  Here at Lanlogic, we are very excited about this new software because it will include ActiveSync.  ActiveSync will sync your email, calendar, and contacts between your iPhone and your Hosted Exchange mailbox.  In addition to ActiveSync, there are also additional supported languages, contact […]

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