iPhone sending attachment problems Sending this message failed

When you use certificate authentication you have to set the uploadReadAheadSize in the IIS metabase to your max email size, the default is 48KB so nearly any attachment cannot be sent/forwarded.

With the following command you can change the value (in this case 10MB):

C:\Windows\System32\inetsrv\appcmd.exe set config -section:system.webServer/serverRuntime /uploadReadAheadSize:"10485760" /commit:apphost

C:\Windows\System32\inetsrv\appcmd.exe set config “Default Web Site” -section:system.webServer/serverRuntime /uploadReadAheadSize:”10485760″ /commit:apphost

After this restart the IISAdmin service to affect the change.

Configuring the built-in Cisco IPSec VPN client in Mac OSX, iPad and iPhone

Here’s how to configure OSX,iPad,iPhone to use an enterprise Cisco VPN concentrator (which is what you connect to from internet when you want to virtually join a company or school’s LAN).

Open System Preferences –> Network –> click the plus sign (Create a new service). On the iPhone, choose Settings –> General –> Network –> VPN –> Add VPN Configuration. On the Mac, chose VPN as the interface. Choose Cisco IPSec as the VPN type, and supply a service name as a description (an arbitrary name for the connection, whatever makes sense to you).
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Difference Between iPhone 3G and 3Gs

The iPhone has been the most sought after mobile phone with each release. And now with the 3Gs in the market its time to compare the two. Apple says that the added “S” stands for speed and the 3Gs does seem to sport a lot of speed improvements over the 3G. At first glance, there is almost nothing different about the two. Apple has decided to retain the winning iPhone look while managing to squeeze the improvements in[ad#Google Adsenselink468-15banner]
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Limera1n or Ra1ndrop To Jailbreak iPhone 4.0?

Limera1n or Ra1ndrop To Jailbreak iPhone 4.0?
The buzz is growing regarding a new domain name, www.limera1n.com, registered and recently updated by the infamous iPhone hacker, GeoHot. While Hotz has not confirmed the domain’s ownership and purpose, the whois record for both limera1n.com and Hotz’ blackra1n.com are same, confirming that the domain actually belongs to him.
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