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Palm Treo 755p and Centro Exchange 2007 ActiveSync

September 22nd, 2009 at 5:43 pm » Comments (2)

Did you upgrade to Exchange 2007 but are having issues with Palm OS devices like the Palm Treo 755p and the Palm Centro? I did this past weekend, and Iย have one Centro that worked fine, but three other PalmOS devices (two Treo 755p units and a Centro) had issues. They would connect, say Receiving, and […]

Palm Centro and GoDaddy SSL Certificates: Fixed!

September 16th, 2009 at 12:25 pm » Comments (3)

We have many Palm phones running Palm OS, in particular we have a lot of Palm Centros although we have some other models as well (but they all run Palm OS, not Windows Mobile). We’ve had GoDaddy SSL certificates for a while for our Exchange 2003 server. Until now, I’ve never had an issue with […]

iPhone Tethering Hack Breaks Visual Voicemail, Missed Calls

June 23rd, 2009 at 10:21 am » Comments (5)

The new iPhone 3.0 software comes with the ability to tether your phone to your laptop via Bluetooth or USB so you can use it to get on the internet, but for subscribers in some countries the feature comes disabled when you upgrade to the 3.0 software version. However, some people discovered a way to […]

SMS Text Messaging and Churches

May 26th, 2009 at 11:49 am » Comments (3)

Most churches are using email now to connect with their members. Sure many were slow on the uptake and there are still some that don’t use it…there are enough churches around to cover all of the technological (or lack thereof) spectrum. We’ve certainly been through a few technolgies and right now we use (or are […]

My Tasks, Projects and Stuff (now playing: Toodledo)

September 22nd, 2008 at 2:03 am » Comments (14)

“I’ve been, searching, for that missing productivity application.” OK, it doesn’t end with quite the same rhythm as Michael W. Smith’s “MIssing Person,” but it rings true for me anyway. Sometimes I think I’ve tried nearly every todo, productivity, and Getting Things Done software or web application invented. Then I look around the web for […]

iPhone 3G Power Adapters Recalled

September 21st, 2008 at 1:05 am » Comments (0)

No huge length post here but if you have an iPhone 3G, they are recalling most (all in the US and in many other countries) of the power adapters. You can read about the recall and how to get a replacement, which has a link for a web form to submit your recall request or […]

First post from my iPhone

July 30th, 2008 at 11:33 pm » Comments (0)

I know, it’s just the obligatory first post from new mobile device. Nothing special. So far I’m enjoying the iPhone immensely, and typing isn’t great but it’s not bad, especially in text fields where you can type a word and hot space , and let the phone autocorrect your spelling! It’s pretty smart but not […]

The Day of the iPhone Has Arrived!

July 30th, 2008 at 12:22 pm » Comments (4)

Yesterday, my iPhone shipped to the AT&T store where I’m going to pick it up. It ships overnight FedEx, which I’m very happy about, because it means I can go in the store and pick it up today! I’ll be going after work this evening. The FedEx tracking number shows that it was delivered at […]

Contemplating the iPhone 3G

June 12th, 2008 at 5:49 pm » Comments (9)

I really didn’t care that much when Apple introduced the original iPhone. Yeah it’s cool, but it wouldn’t sync with Exchange using ActiveSync, and without that it’s pretty useless to me. Well, that and it has no hardware keyboard. The new one coming out on July 11th will not only support ActiveSync (and better from […]

Using Free Wireless and VPNs

May 31st, 2008 at 11:23 pm » Comments (5)

I read Tony Dye’s post on Wireless Safety: The VPN Question and wanted to share a comment. It turned into a post of its own, so I’ve moved it into one :-) Read his post first so this makes sense. If a laptop user establishes a VPN connection to your corporate VPN server, and doesn’t […]