An offer for Tim Cook


Will Apple take Paul up on this offer to help make iOS better with assistance from Exchange experts? I sure hope they do, the iPhone is not an enterprise friendly device currently given Apple’s VERY poor track record on Calendar and ActiveSync support. Exchange is used by the VAST majority of organizations out there and Apple’s poor EAS code continues to make Apple, IT staff, and Microsoft look bad.

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[note to readers: I encourage you to repost, retweet, and otherwise spread this offer. It’s legit; I am happy to help Apple in any way that I can. Since I don’t have any Apple execs on speed dial, perhaps social media will get this to the right folks. ]

Dear Mr. Cook:

We’ve never met. You’ve almost certainly never heard of me. But I’m going to make you an offer that I hope you’ll accept: I want to help you quit making such a mess of the world’s Exchange servers. More to the point, I want to help the iOS Exchange ActiveSync team clean up their act so we don’t have any more serious EAS bugs in iOS. The meeting hijacking bug was bad enough, but the latest bug? the one that results in Exchange servers running out of transaction log space? That’s bad for everyone. It makes your engineers look…

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About jasonsherry

I am a 20 year Exchange consultant and expert. I currently work for Commvault as a Solutions Specialist for Microsoft Infrastructure For more info see my resume at: http://jasonsherry.org
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