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good messaging and offline address book

Posted on 2011-03-10
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Does anyone know how Good Messaging and Exchange offline Address books work together.  I cannot get my Good messaging server to work.

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getUserInfo(ResolveName) failed 8004010f

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by:Justin Durrant
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It does. We used GOOD with Exchange 2007 for about three months. All of my clients are on cached mode and the OAB worked great. We did end up ditching GOOD though due to cost.
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by:Archer-it
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What solution did you use.  We use Good messaging for iPhones.

Bob
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We just use ActiveSync policies now. Our main reason for GOOD at the time was device level encryption and remote wipe. Both of which are now native with the latest version of Apple iOS and Exchange.
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