Exchange Active Synchronization: Boon or Bane


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Complete introduction of Exchange Active Synchronization and Active Synchronization also differentiate easily between both and choose what is best for u

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Exchange Active Synchronization: Boon or Bane

  1. 1. Exchange Active Synchronization Boon or Bane
  2. 2. At A Glance Introduction to AS Introduction to EAS Strength and Weakness of AS Strength of EAS Point of difference between EAS and AS Problems and their solutions with Outlook New features of EAS Benefits of EAS Conclusion
  3. 3. Basics of Active Synchronization Expanded as Active Sync Basically a protocol designed for synchronization Synchronize data between mobile and desktop Synchronize data like emails, calendars with Outlook
  4. 4. Drawbacks of Active Synchronization Doesn’t support all Outlook features Synchronize only emails, calendars and tasks Synchronize only Contacts that are present in subfolder of mail Provides limited backup facility
  5. 5. OoPs……… No Backup facility!!! Feeling Worried!!!!! Don’t Worry At All
  6. 6. Here Comes Solution i.e. EAS
  7. 7. EAS Introduction  Expanded as Exchange ActiveSync Basically a protocol designed for the synchronization of email Protocol is based on XML and the Exchange ActiveSync server Synchronize data from a messaging server to a smart phone or other mobile devices
  8. 8. Strength of EAS Protocol  Provides support for mobile device management and policy control.  Provides support for mobile device communicate over http and https.  Also known as Air Sync.  Supporting Microsoft Exchange Servers and Microsoft Pocket PC devices.
  9. 9. Confused Between AS & EAS Need not to Confuse. There are few points which clearly differentiate between EAS and AS.
  10. 10. Point of Differentiation Active Synchronization Vs EAS Supported mobile devices like BlackBerry, Windows Phone EAS support for I phone while Active Sync not EAS uses Wireless technology to synchronize while AS uses cables
  11. 11. Issues with Exchange Server  doesn’t support Exchange Server 2003.  doesn’t support Exchange Server 2007. Exchange Server 2003 has limited connectivity with IMAP and POP3 account. Outlook 2010 also follow the same trend
  12. 12. Now , thinking …. How to resolve Exchange Server Issue???????
  13. 13. Solution of Problem Server Connectivity problem is easily resolved by invention of EAS. Outlook 2013 easily resolve this problem as it supports EAS…
  14. 14. EA Synchronization client support All Smart Phones: IOS Android Windows Phone BlackBerry 10 BlackBerry Playbook Tablet Computer The built-in email application for Windows 8 desktop, Mail app, also supports the protocol
  15. 15. How EAS get Advance???  First Version released EAS1.0 Latest updated version is EAS14.1 Part of Mobile Information Server In new version Exchange ActiveSync2.5 involves MIME
  16. 16. New Policies Introduced in EAS2.5  Minimum password length as well as alphanumeric password  Timeout without user input  Number of failed attempts  Allow non-provision able device
  17. 17. Features Introduced in EAS14.1  GAL photos(Images stored in Active Directory) Message Diffs(Avoid Redundant information) Allow IRM over EAS(Information Rights Management)
  18. 18. When Will EAS work??? Still Thinking!!!!! When to use EAS
  19. 19. Clear Your Doubt When there is no internet access To continue Conversation Works when there is no availability of desktop
  20. 20. Benefits of using EAS Access Exchange mailbox with EAS Access Outlook 2013 with EAS Access Mailbox anywhere with EAS Eliminates the need of wires and cables
  21. 21. Boon for Business User’s Microsoft Exchange 2003 user’s can connect their Exchange Account with “connected accounts”. USE POP3 and IMAP account to access email into Office 365 account.