I decided to see how “Places” stacked up with Foursquare. I reactivated my Facebook account and reinstalled the iPhone app. Went to “Places” and clicked “Check In,” and… nothing. It mentioned something about turning on Location Services. I know I already have that enabled because other apps are using it without problem. Turns out you need to enable Location Services explicitly:
First, go to the Settings app and select General:
Select Location Services:
Make sure Facebook is enabled (On) if you want to use Places. If you want to disable Places, make sure this is set to Off.
I’m wrapping up moving mailboxes to Exchange 2010. The last ones to be moved (except for BlackBerry users… thanks BES) are the conference rooms. So the first step was to move them using the Local Move tool, which was pretty simple. But I don’t want them in 2010 as user mailboxes if they can be designated as “rooms,” which they can. So here’s how I’m doing it:
Identify the mailboxes to be moved
Once you figure out the syntax for the “-Filter” flag to get-mailbox, this is easy