At the risk of being a one-note wonder, I’ve complained before about not having a good way to tell what Exchange ActiveSync (EAS) features a given mobile device (or device family) supports. At TechEd this year, Microsoft’s Adam Glick told me that the Exchange team was working on a solution.
I’m delighted to point to the fruits of their labor: a Microsoft-hosted wiki page that shows what features different Exchange ActiveSync clients support. I’d like to say it makes for fascinating reading but that would be a lie. It is, however, useful, and that’s even better.
Now all we need to do is get the vendors who implement EAS to do it properly and we’ll be golden.