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dixhills231

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what's this "one more thing" that the iPhone has that Apple didn't release any information about? is it supposed to be something big, or something small? what do people speculate it can be?
 

wjp09

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Maybe they told the reporters what to write and it has all the missing features :) zoom video etc. Jk I have no idea. Maybe they will throw something in the box for us.
 
Jun 27, 2007
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Would be neat, but not helpful, if you plan to use it with businesss email. The chances of getting anyone in management or IT to actually approve this device (anytime soon) are pretty slim...
I'm not sure how IT approval is necessary. As long as OMA or Outlook Mobile Access is enabled for Exchange Activesync clients (like all Windows Mobile phones and Treos), then it should work. If it is even possible for the server administrators to configure a policy that prohibits certain types of Exchange Activesync clients from connecting, I doubt most places would bother to do so.
 

Ryukyu

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Would be neat, but not helpful, if you plan to use it with businesss email. The chances of getting anyone in management or IT to actually approve this device (anytime soon) are pretty slim...
How could it not be useful if it removes one of the major arguments against it for businesss use?
I was talking with an IT guy this morning and he said that there are a few clients that are telling him that they are getting one, and he has to support it. He's not happy, but if it supports Exchange, it will make things easier for him.
For the average user, you're right though. It's not necessary.
 
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How could it not be useful if it removes one of the major arguments against it for businesss use?
I was talking with an IT guy this morning and he said that there are a few clients that are telling him that they are getting one, and he has to support it. He's not happy, but if it supports Exchange, it will make things easier for him.
For the average user, you're right though. It's not necessary.
I totally agree. If it supports Exchange Activesync for email, calendar and contacts (or even just calendar actually) then I can abandon my Blackberry. If not, then I will carry both.