A couple of days ago I was a partner event in Manchester and I was asked a BPOS question that totally stumped me at the time.
“Will signatures that I set on OWA (Outlook Web Access) or in Outlook synchronise across all the computers I use, and OWA?”
The simple answer is no. But having done lots of digging around there aren’t many email solutions that do offer this kind of functionality. The way I get around this is I use Windows Live Sync (soon to be Windows Live Mesh) part of the Windows Live Essentials Beta. This keeps all my signatures in sync across the different machines I use. For OWA I set my signature manually.
If anyone has any better ideas for this, please let me know. And a thank you goes out to those who helped me to the answer.
Boy do we have some great stuff coming up for you over the next week but before we get into this week lets take a look at what happened last week…
DNS security and the way to spoof and poison DNS is a pretty complicated area. Luckily we have DNSSEC which can help to resolve the issues quite simply. It’s an area that I needed to understand a bit more about and as I happened to be doing so I found this video with Mark Minasi. Oh and yes, it’s another reason to move to Windows 7, as XP and Vista don’t support all the DNSSEC flags. He’s got some other great background on why you should choose to go 64bit over 32 in your Windows 7 deployment.
Mark Minasi at TechEd North America | Media | TechNet Edge