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Apple iOS7 supports Automatic Notes Synchronization

Tuesday, September 17th, 2013

iPhone 4Apple is releasing iOS7 for all compatible iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch devices on September 18th.  Lost among the hype of this extremely updated version of the Apple mobile operating system is the fact that Apple mobile devices will support synchronization of “Notes” via Exchange ActiveSync.

This means that LuxSci customers using MobileSync to real-time push synchronization of email, calendars, tasks, and contacts, can now also have real-time push synchronization of the “Notes” in their mobile device to the Notes WebAides in their LuxSci web interface.

Benefits of Notes Sync

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How to encrypt the data stored on your iPhone or iPad with disk encryption

Tuesday, June 25th, 2013

Mobile devices are with us all the time … if you are a parent, you phone is probably at your side more than your kids.  With all the secrets of your life residing on your phone, protecting those against access should your phone be lost or stolen is important.  If you use your phone for work, then this may be critical. E.g. if you are a doctor or nurse and use your phone for access to email or other data that may contain patient-related information, then HIPAA essentially requires that easily-lost mobile devices like this are locked down and encrypted.

This article explains how to protect yourself if you have an iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch.

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Optimizing Mozilla Thunderbird

Wednesday, December 10th, 2008

LuxSci supports a plethora of modern email programs like Microsoft Outlook and Eudora (our blog posting “Head To Head Battle of Email Clients” discuss several of these) and works with any email program and device that properly supports POP, IMAP, or SMTP.  However, we do recommend Mozilla Thunderbird in the absence of any personal preferences or specific requirements for things that may only be supported in Outlook or other specific programs.  LuxSci’s staff uses Thunderbird with IMAP (or WebMail) uniformly for all email sending and receiving.  We discuss the reasons why in the “Battle” blog article.  Here, we will give some configuration tips and tricks and recommended add-ons.

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