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I struggled with getting WP Super Cache in full caching mode to work with a mobile device plugin such as WordPress PDA & iPhone for a long time. Awhile back I actually had given up because everything I was doing appeared that it should work but it wasn’t working properly. Needless to say I recently moved the site to a new server and decided to give it another shot. This time I was able to get WP Super Cache working with WordPress PDA and iPhone with ease.

Please realize that this method makes it so all of the mobile browsers do not cache┬ápages but they also do not retrieve pages from the cache. To configure the below properly you have to realize that there are two different things happening which are the fact that mobile browsers should not cache files and they should not read from the cache. Basically if they didn’t cache files but read from the cache they would be reading the cache of the default template that you see in IE. If mobile browsers cached files then they would be caching the mobile template so when typical browsers such as Internet Explorer or Firefox visited the same pages they would be viewing the mobile cache instead of the default template you have configure.

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Google calendar is a great way to share calendars company wide or with multiple people outside of the company you work for. I have started using Google calendar for everything and Sync between my Outlook, Blackberry, iPod Touch, and Google Calendar to make sure I always know what I am supposed to be doing. One feature Google calendar provides is the ability to make calendars public or if you host your domain on Google Apps to share the calendar with the entire domain.

For the User Providing the Secondary Calendar to Domain Users:

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I recently started using Evernote to store all of the notes I take on a daily basis across plarforms. Evernote allows me to take notes and sync between numerous computers, my T-Mobile Blackberry Curve, and my iPod Touch. One thing that Evernote lacks is a solid method for accessing my notes when I am out of range of an Internet connection. I was pleased to learn that you can actually access your notes offline via IMAP and even though it is not ideal its good enough for now since every other part of Evernote is top notch.

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Awhile back I accidentally assigned a Speed Dial key to the number 1 on my BlackBerry 8320 Curve cell phone. The problem with this is that the 1 key is reserved for Voicemail. When VM is dialed with that speed dial key then the Voicemail Settings are used so if you have password protected your voicemail, as noted here, then you can have the password automatically entered when dialing VM by using the 1 Speed Dial key.

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Google has a great new feature from its Google Mobile App that will allow you to search Google with your voice. I explain how to install Google Mobile App and the contents of the application itself in a Question Defense article located here. One of the feature mentioned in that article that I wanted to expand on is the ability to search Google using your voice. This makes searches from your BlackBerry device much easier. Use the directions below to search Google using your voice.

Search Google on your BlackBerry Using Your Voice:

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