After a long pause from any sort of posting around here, and countless web/server hosting changes I decided to get back on jotting something down from time to time.
Web address changed as well from adriweb.com to adriano.ws, but that’s transparent anyway thanks to apache’s handy mod_rewrite 🙂
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Use coupon code EMC403FMICRO to get the $12.99 price.
Here a little tidbit I discovered a while ago but never got around putting up here. Scenario:
– you have Exchange Server 2003 SP2 installed and properly configured
– you’d like to get devices supporting activesync push (most windows mobile 5 pocket pcs and smartphones) to be always up-to-date with the server through the use of this technology
Exchange ActiveSync uses port 80 to communicateÂ with the clients, so as far as your firewall allows inbound and outboud HTTP traffic to your exchange server, connectivity-wise you should be all set.
Despite all your attempts, the mobile clients either time out or bring up a variety of interesting and often deceiving errors.
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Curious to see what I enjoy using, playing with, etc.? Then check out the favorite toys album, where from time to time I’ll place the latest toys I’m playing with.
After careful thinking and through planning (i.e. like 10 mins on google to search what was the supposedly one of the best WM ppc smartphone out there ;)) I went ahead and ordered an unlocked T-Mobile MDA on ebay.
This isÂ what is also known as HTC Wizard, or MDA Vario, and another 3 or 4 other names — in a nutshell, this one:
took quite a while to figure this out, and since couldn’t find any solutions out there already, I figure to share my finding here.
This howto assumes that:
– you have a Yahoo! Publisher network (YPN) account (https://publisher.yahoo.com/)
– you have a vbulletin (http://www.vbulletin.com/) powered forum / online commmunity
– you want to monetize a bit over the RSS feed functionality provided by vbulletin.
You sure tried to get the google adsense for feeds, but though luck, the beta was already full — so you turned to YPN and figured to try there. You also happen to have vbulletin 3.6.x.