Here is the completed Q&A Log from Part 18 (Mobility) of the 24 Part Exchange 2007 Webcast series. Remember that some of the new security features in Exchange 2007 for Mobile devices does require Windows Mobile 6 on the device. This includes things such as Password Recovery and Encryption enforcement (plus a few more). Let me know if you have any other questions.
Exchange Server 2007 Webcast Series (Part 18 of 24) Questions and Answers Log (03-23-07)
Question: how can i set permission so that i can access other mailbox? thnaks.
Answer: From the Exchange Management Shell, execute the add-mailboxpermission cmdlet.
Question: Can I use NLB for internet inbound mail flow with Hub Transport Server?
Answer: You wouldn't use NLB for that. If you aren't using the Edge Transport, then setup your MX records to load balance between your Hub Transports.
Question: Will Exchange 2007 work over a kerberors cross-realm trust?
Answer: Yes it will. It does depend on how you configure the mailbox.
Question: I realize this is off subject, however is there a link that describes how to apply the DST to Correct already wring times in Outlook Appointments?
Answer: Since we are about to start, I'm going to give you the main DST landing page from our Support Site: http://support.microsoft.com/gp/cp_dst.
Question: On edge transport server, is it possible to install the properties of the client access server roll on that server after install?
Answer: Absolutely NOT! Edge Transport must be installed by itself - no other Exchange Server roles can co-exist.
Question: Can an Edge Transport server be setup independently of an Exchange Organization?
Answer: Yes. There is no required tie-in to Exchange.
Question: I won't use Edge, this is for a migration scenario of Lotus Notes. My client have a third party solution for antispam and antivirus, the messages will arrive cleaned to the Hub Transport inbound connectors that accept anonymous auth. I want to use NLB to have failover between than... I don't want to use DNS RR...
Answer: Thank you for your question. Check back on Harold's blog: blogs.technet.com/haroldwong to view the Q and A log, where he will answer your question.
Question: How could we as Exchange Administrator, How many activesync users exist in and create report monthly ?
Answer: You can use the Exchange Management Shell to query for mailboxes that have been configured with a mobile device and output that to an HTML report. Also, if you are using MOM, you can also run reports to get this data.
Question: Where can I find general guidelines regarding sizing of Exchange 2007 roles. For example, at what point would a company require multiple Hub Transports, CAS, and UMs?
Question: Can Ex2007 Edge server be installed before any other Exchange 2007 server
Question: How can we ensure that the IP Block List Providers are doing their job? Is there an Exchange log recording what's been removed/quarantined by them? Thanks.
Question: Does Microsoft have any indepth training on Unified Messaging, e.g. a full day course w lab?
Question: How to setup Exchange 2003 ESM on Windows Vista?
Answer: This is not supported.
Question: Are there any issues in having a CAS-only server for access from Internet and then server in remote site running both CAS and Mailbox roles? How about issues in mixed 2003/2007 situation?
Question: Does Exchange 2997 ActiveSync support UPN style login?
Question: Hi - I have a little problem - I have installed Exchange 2007 to my forest / domain to migrate from unix based imap but now realise there arent any migration tools to import the data ! I was going to add an exchange 2003 server to my forest but it wont let me add the server as i havent run 2003 domain prep, it wont let me run 2003 domain prep as i havent run 2003 forest prep and it wont let me run 2003 forest prep as it just throws an error (probably due to a conflict) - do you nkow of any way that I can introduce a 2003 exchange server into a 2007 exchange environment ?
Question: Can PFMigrate.wsf still be used to migrate public folders from Exchange 5.5/2000/2003 to Exchange 2007?
Question: Does active syn work with Blackberry and other devices?
Answer: No, Exchange Active Sync does not work with Blackberry. There are other non Windows Mobile devices such as the Treo 650, some phones from Sony Ericsson and others that do work as they have licensed the Active Sync technology and included it on their devices.
Question: Can Palm Treo devices using Exchange Active Sync use certificate authentication?
Question: how to set send/receive message limit size in the consol?
Question: how is this effect the AD policy for password expirations?
Question: The password expiration in the ActiveSync policy - how does that differ from password expiration in AD for the user account?
Answer: The password settings in the Active Sync policy only apply to the mobile device for unlocking purposes.
Question: can you set a default policy so that all new users would get the policy?
Question: is there a technet article or something or any documenation that outlines what features and things require Windows Mobile 6.0 vs. Windows Mobile 5 and etc... ?
Question: where do we get the emulator from ?
Question: how does this work with PKI, is there a soft cert required?
Question: he hasn't had a new Q&A log posted since part 11. should I just email harold instead? I don't see any other mechanism on his blog to contact him or submit a new question
Answer: I know he is behind on the Q and A logs, but he is trying to catch up.
Question: Can one export this attribute user list to obtain a list of mobile users?
Question: If the device is currently powered off and you issues a wipe, will it wipe once the device is powered back on or will the wipe never occur since the device was not on at the time the wipe was issued?
Answer: The Wipe command stays in the queue. If the device is off when the Wipe command was initiated, that is not a problem. Once the device is turned on and attempts to sync with the Exchange Server, the wipe command will be sent and the device will be wiped.
Question: Self Service via OWA...can the user actions be limited? E.g. just allowed to see details only?
Question: Is there a table showing PDA OS requirements for individual components of EAS? For example, Recovery password feature - only WM6; password policy - WM5 or WM6 but not PocketPC2003... ?
Question: did they fix the calendar invite issue and the gal issue on the new version of activesync 6.0?