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Keep Everything in Sync with Apple iOS5 and LuxSci MobileSync

Wednesday, October 12th, 2011

Apple iOS v5 for iPad and iPhone is out!  iCloud is great, allowing easy synchronization of your Apple devices and limited synch with Outlook.

For easy synchronization of your iPhone, iPad, and all other mobile devices (i.e. Blackberry, Android, Windows Mobile) and LuxSci’s WebAide collaboration tools (Tasks / Calendars / Contacts), LuxSci MobileSync is still the best way to go.

Apple iOS5 with LuxSci Mobile Sync:

  • Still supports multiple calendar and contact list synchronizations
  • Still supports mail synchronization, Push email, and secure sending
  • New – Supports automatic synchronization of iOS “Reminders” with WebAide Task Lists
  • New – Create new email folders from the Mail application
  • New – Calendar events now support separate time zones for each event, making collaboration with folks in differing time zones much easier.
  • New – Flag Support. The “Flagged” status of email messages now synchronizes
  • New – Offline email move and delete.  If you move or delete mail while disconnected, these operations will now be performed when your device reconnects
  • Updated – Improves notification to users of new mail and other items
  • Updated – Server-side email folder searching has been improved.

Additionally, with LuxSci WebAideSync, you can also have your Calendars/Tasks/Contacts automatically synchronized with Microsoft Outlook as well.

 

How to Install S/MIME (and PGP) Encryption Certificates into Major Email Clients

Wednesday, May 27th, 2009

We at LuxSci are always being asked questions about various email programs and their usage.  With HIPAA compliance becoming more and more important, we get a lot of inquiries regarding secure email. One of the most frequently asked questions is how to install S/MIME security certificates in various email programs that our servers support. Sometimes finding instructions on installing security certificates in various email clients is difficult, even with the help of search engines. To make your search easier, we have complied instructions for several of the the major email clients:

  • S/MIME for Outlook 2003
  • S/MIME for Outlook 2007
  • S/MIME for Mail.app
  • S/MIME for Entourage
  • S/MIME for Thunderbird
  • PGP for Thunderbird via the Enigmail Add-on.

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