In our 9th episode we talk with fellow Mobile Device MVP from Wellington, New Zealand, Mauricio Freitas who runs and operates the Geekzone, about some of features of Windows Mobile that you may or may not know about. Like the benefits of using Exchange 2003 SP2 in combination with latest updates of MSFP and AKU2 and what it means to you the end user. As always, we also talk about a few gadgets as well, like some bluetooth stereo headphones and headsets, U3 drives, and more.
The mobilityguys.com are Jack Cook, Steven Hughes, Chris Leckness, Don Sorcinelli. They run their own mobility focused sites such as www.aximsite.com, www.bostonpocketpc.com, www.experiencemobility.com and have in common a Microsoft MVP Mobile Devices award (click on their names or mine to see our Microsoft MVP Profile).
Download podcast #9 to hear about Windows Mobile MSFP (Messaging and Security Feature Pack), how it integrates with Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 SP2 and with the upcoming Microsoft Exchange Server 2007. Learn about neat things like Direct Push e-mail, remote wipe, closer integration of Windows Mobile and Exchange features, and more.
You will notice my voice sounds funny (yes, it's funny), but remember my part was recorded over a Skype VoIP call, with added latency and distortion (I know, all excuses for my funny accent).
And if you are curious about what a Microsoft MVP is, you can check the mobilityguys.com podcast #8 with Tyler Welch (Microsoft MVP Lead) or visit www.microsoft.com/mvp.
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