ok, this discussion is definitely bordering on "fanboism" (yes, I said it).
While the average person could care less about someone getting at their pictures and contacts (since they're probably all available on Facebook...
Originally Posted by lkrupp
What fascinates me about stuff like this is how it is discovered. Some ODC type with too much time on their hands sitting around randomly pushing buttons? You tell me how somebody...
Originally Posted by 65C816
Seriously? So someone banging on your web server repeatedly, bringing it to its knees is your web server having a serious weakness rather than a DOS attack?
Originally Posted by mdriftmeyer
Throttle down the log output or does Exchange Server not offer the ability to write a bourne shell script to filter duplicate error messages?
Batch files ought to be...
Originally Posted by isaidso
You guys saying this is a MS problem and not an Apple problem need to stop.
This is a client side problem in iOS 6.1. I'm sure it will be fixed.
One person said that, then two...
Originally Posted by jragosta
Hmmm. The article states "causing excessive log growth that affects the server's performance."
Now, it's hard to imagine how a client bug would cause excessive log growth OR...
Originally Posted by iSteelers
Can everyone please stop quoting Wikipedia as a vetted source of information in these arguments?
That particular Wikipedia article has links to mailing list archives...
Originally Posted by AppleInsider
During a panel at the D: Dive Into Media conference on Monday, Samsung Executive Vice President David Eun outlined a bold initiative to drive innovative thinking at the...