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Welcome to myITPro

Hello, my name is Spyros Samartzis, senior IT consultant and co-founder of Apex IT Solutions an IT services company located in Athens, Greece.

The purpose of this website is to provide information as well as best practice solutions for IT professionals in issues concerning O/S, Mail Servers, VPN, IP Telephony, ERP and CRM specializing in solutions provided by Entersoft, Web Development, e-commerce, CMS specializing in open source asp.NET DNN (DotNetNuke), e-commerce platforms specializing in open source asp.NET MVC nopCommerce.

For any issues, consulting or development needs do not hesitate to contact me via online feedback or my personal profile in LinkedIn and Twitter (@ssamartzis).

Thanks for visiting.

Best,
Spyros

Blog, latest posts

DNN Facebook Authentication Provider is broken after FB upgrade to API v2.4

DNN Facebook Authentication Provider is broken after FB upgrade to API v2.4

DNN has excellent abilities on extending the way users and visitors can interact with your website and your content. One of these abilities is the support of authentication providers other than the embedded DNN which is based on the ASP.net membership model. The Facebook Authentication provider will enable a user to login and register via a Facebook account and it will populate the required fields of First Name, Last Name and e-mail automatically thus making the registration of new users trivial.

Installation and Setup of Outlook Anywhere (OA) in Exchange 2007/2010

Installation and Setup of Outlook Anywhere (OA) in Exchange 2007/2010

Exchange 2007/2010 is an enterprise solution from Microsoft that can be used in small/medium size companies since it is part of the SBS (Small Business Server) package. 

One of Exchange advantages is the centralized account management and the seamless integration with Microsoft’s AD (Active Directory). Additionally Exchange offers - out of the box with little or no effort - features like Outlook Web App (OWA), Exchange ActiveSync and last but not least Outlook Anywhere (OA). Outlook Anywhere is a feature that combined with the ability of Exchange to fully utilize RPC over HTTP protocol (as HTTPS Proxy) will allow an Outlook desktop application (2007/2010/2013 are all supported) to connect to Exchange so a user could work with full rich client capabilities.

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