While trying HTC Incredible S and Motorola Atrix 4G, I found that there is an issue with the SMS app. It does not show right timestamp on the received SMS messages. Wrong timestamp results into wrong stacked messages, all the received SMS messages were stacked at the top of the thread and my sent were showing down the thread.Read More» Posted by Ranjodh Deol
Recently I was working on Implementing VPN access with Cisco ASA for our company. As most of you know there are three main methods/protocols available for authentication, including ASA Local Database, LDAP and RADIUS.
So I decided to use RADIUS protocol to authenticate VPN requests. The following are the steps I used to setup VPN authentication using Cisco ASA 5510 and Windows Server 2008 R2 using ASDM 6.0:Read More» Posted by Ranjodh Deol
Firefox was the browser of my choice as Safari was missing basic feature, ability to install third party plugins (extensions).
Apple launched Safari 5 on June 7, 2010 and I decided to give it a try. Safari 5 is way faster than Firefox. Safari 5 also has new feature called Safari Reader. It is a great feature which I use all the time now. I Can’t imagine reading long webpage without it. Most importantly, with Safari 5, Apple opened doors for third party extensions. what this means is anyone can develop plugins to add functionality to Safari 5.
So after using Safari 5 for four months now, I have compiled a list of my favourite Safari Extensions, which I found very usable. I hope you will like these extensions as well;Read More» Posted by Ranjodh Deol
Finally, Microsoft has made it official that, starting today, Hotmail and Live Mail will support Exchange Active Sync (EAS) Technologies. What this means is Hotmail users will be able to get Email, Calendar and Contacts pushed to their devices, including Windows Phones, All iDevices, Outlook and some Android devices (Only 2.2). The only requirement is that device must support Microsoft ActiveSync Technology. All iDevices (iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad) supports EAS out of the box.Read More» Posted by Ranjodh Deol
Being Apple fan, I bought my iPhone 4 on the launch day in Canada. I have been using it for a week now and I am totally in love with it. Few friend of mine asked how it is different than its predecessors, so I am sharing my impressions;
Build and Feel (Hardware):
When you open the box, first WOW factor is its built quality. Very slim form factor with very solid feel when you hold it. It has superior quality glass on front and back. Separate volume control buttons on the left side replaces Volume rocker seen on previous generations of iPhone. Hardware is great with the exception of missing Camera hardware button.Read More» Posted by Ranjodh Deol