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  • Blog Post: After installing IAG 2007 SP2 - Mobile Devices can no longer synchronize through IAG

    With the release of IAG 2007 SP2 (although this behavior can happen with any new update), we have been receiving some support calls about this subject and we want to bring some awareness about this behavior. Last year we published two posts about Active Sync configuration on IAG 2007: http://blogs...
  • Blog Post: Forefront Unified Access Gateway (UAG) 2010 is released!

    We are proud to announce that Forefront Unified Access Gateway (UAG) 2010 is Released To Manufacturing (RTM). Evaluation version (timebombed for 120 days) is already available on the web, c lick Download button below to try it now. The commercial version of Forefront UAG will be available early...
  • Blog Post: Publishing Microsoft ActiveSync through IAG 2007 – Part 2 of 2

    1. Introduction We published the first part of this article, which had step by step details of how to configure Microsoft ActiveSync through IAG 2007. In this second part, we will cover troubleshooting the most common issues that we’ve encountered while publishing ActiveSync through IAG 2007. ...
  • Blog Post: Considerations for Exchange Publishing

    UAG does a great job of streamlining secure messaging, with a publishing experience that is framed into a set of easy to follow steps. Nonetheless, before you start there are a couple of considerations to bear in mind: Choosing between a dedicated mail trunk or mail applications contained in a...
  • Blog Post: Publishing Microsoft ActiveSync through IAG 2007 – Part 1 of 2

    1. Introduction Publishing Microsoft ActiveSync through IAG 2007 in theory is pretty straight forward. When I say in theory it is because just following the wizard steps may not be enough. There are some scenarios that require you to make customizations to the configuration after finishing execution...