I upgraded one of our Microsoft Exchange 2010 servers to Exchange 2010 Service Pack 2. After the upgrade one of the users complained that they now had to create a pin or password on their phones’ lock screens. Although I think this is a good idea for security purposes, this company didn’t want this hassle. This is how you disable the Exchange ActiveSync Mailbox policy from requiring a device password or pin .
Step One: Open Exchange Management Console
Step Two: Expand Organization Configuration > Client Access
Step Three: Click Exchange ActiveSync Mailbox Polices tab and open the default policy.
Step Four: Click on the Password tab and uncheck Require Password. Apply your settings.
These changes will automatically take affect across all of the devices.
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Here is a work-around, if you had the misfortune of your iPhone’s home button breaking or wearing out on you.
Step One: Go to Settings.
Step Two: Select General. Continue reading
For the past while, a lot of people have asked me to set up their Office 365 email accounts on their iPhones. I decided I would write a small post on setting up Office 365 email accounts on your iOS device. The screenshots I have included in my tutorial were taken with an iPhone that was running iOS 7.0.2. However, these settings will work for those of you who are running older versions of iOS. If you have an Android device click here for instructions.
Step One: Touch Settings
Step Two: Scroll down until you find Mail, Contacts, Calendars and select it. Continue reading