While messing up with some Virtual Machines with R2 and Exchange Server 2010 Installation I’ve got this error:
“The start mode for the Net. TCP Port Sharing service must be set to Automatic before Setup can continue”
After some googling I’ve found out that running the following PowerShell Script solved the problem:
Set-Service NetTcpPortSharing -StartupType Automatic
First time I’ve used PowerShell for problem solving.
and.. guess what… Working as Intended
If I liked the calendar and contact sync between my iphone and my gmail account well.. it just got better…
Using Google Sync, you can now get your Gmail messages pushed directly to your phone. Having an over-the-air, always-on connection means that your inbox is up to date, no matter where you are or what you’re doing. Sync works with your phone’s native email application so there’s no additional software needed. Only interested in syncing your Gmail, but not your Calendar? Google Sync allows you to sync just your Contacts, Calendar, or Gmail, or any combination of the three.
Originally posted @ Wednesday, August 19, 2009
This one I wasn’t expecting so soon…
Looks like the Exchange team as thrown us a bone with the Release Candidate of Exchange 2010..
You can grab it here : LINK