iOS AND ANDROID
Topics:Choose a tag
Found the answer here: http://help.outlook.com/en-us/140/gg271153.aspx#defaulttags
Example Here’s a command to increase the retention age limit for the Delete Items retention tag to 90 days:
Set-RetentionPolicyTag "Deleted Items" -AgeLimitForRetention 90
The article also shows how to set up and manage retention policies in exchange online
We started working on the mechanics for a 3D mobile game over the last week or so. Currently working on it are myself, RJay Haluko, Luis Herrera, and Ryan Bailey. All we can say so far is that involves an egg :) More to be added as things progress…
We have been using Unity3d as the game engine. Unity is one of the gold standards of new platforms that is used to create engaging 3d content. That content can be exported to multiple devices (web, mobile, game console) in one click. So far we have tackled a few challenges, such as:
The first talks about new features for developing for iOS 5 with XCode 4:
Shows an example of how to connect your views together visually. Seems to require building in Interface Builder, I may have to investigate how well it works with views created through code.
And the other UI article is a good follow on to my other post about going from iOS to Android:
This one talks about Android UI conventions and what to look for when porting.
Ran into this problem after I created a shared mailbox in Office 365 through powershell, without specifying which email address I wanted to be the primary one. Original source here: http://www.bpossibility.com/2011/08/10/office-365-shared-mailbox-how-to-change-the-default-email-address/
“Office 365 brings Shared Mailboxes that allow users interact with a common Inbox and Calendar. The following site describes how these are made, licensing and other ins-and-outs such as setting Litigation Hold and delegating control to users:
Although following these steps will probably create the wrong primary SMTP address.
Other situations, such as multiple domains in the one Office 365 tenant, will more than likely raise the need for several Shared Mailboxes in different domains.
When creating the Shared Mailbox specify the -PrimarySmtpAddress, below is an example:
New-Mailbox -Name “Shared Mailbox” -Alias sharedmbx -Shared -PrimarySmtpAddress SharedMbx@DOMAIN.COM
Following up my previous post on Connecting powershell to Office 365, here’s why. I needed to create a shared mailbox for multiple people to have access to.
Also read the article on how to change the default email address in office 365 for a shared mailbox here.
Here’s how it’s done (Thumbs up to Microsoft for the great documentation):
After you create a shared mailbox, you have to assign permissions to all users who require access to the shared mailbox. Users can’t sign in to the shared mailbox. They have to sign in to their own mailbox and then open the shared mailbox to which they’ve been assigned permissions.
Here’s how to create and configure a shared mailbox for the Corporate Printing Services department at Contoso Corporation.
Set-Mailbox corpprint -ProhibitSendReceiveQuota 5GB -ProhibitSendQuota 4.75GB -IssueWarningQuota 4.5GB
The new shared mailbox is displayed in the Mailboxes list in the Exchange Control Panel.
Note It may take up to 60 minutes until users can access a new shared mailbox or until a new security group member can access a shared mailbox
Original Source here: http://help.outlook.com/en-us/140/ee441202.aspx
Found the need for this today as we’re switching over to Office 365 and I had to use the power shell to create a Shared Mailbox that multiple people can access. Step 1 was connecting the powershell to Office 365 as show below.
$Session = New-PSSession -ConfigurationName Microsoft.Exchange -ConnectionUri https://ps.outlook.com/powershell/ -Credential $LiveCred -Authentication Basic -AllowRedirection
Note The AllowRedirection parameter enables cloud-based organizations in datacenters all over the world to connect Windows PowerShell to the cloud-based service by using the same URL.
A progress indicator appears that shows the importing of commands used in the cloud-based service into the client-side session of your local computer. When this process is complete, you can run these commands.
Remove-PSSession <session variable>
Important If you close the Windows PowerShell window without disconnecting from the server-side session, your connection will remain open for 15 minutes. Your account can only have three connections to the server-side session at one time.”
Original Source here: http://help.outlook.com/en-us/140/cc952755.aspx
Interesting to see all the elements that went into this. Videos toward the bottom of the post.
This week saw the release of ’Virus’, the new in-app purchase from Björk’s forthcoming ‘Biophilia’ app-album created in collaboration with Scott Snibbe and M/M (Paris). As expected the new Virus release does not disappoint. We are handed a mesmerising viral system that draws you into the beautiful interactive musical experience. As always we wanted to know more, so we got in touch with Scott and got some wonderful insight into the development of the app including early sketches, code/libraries, inspiration images and sketches by Bjork and Scott. Read on for details.