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CodeTwo Exchange Sync

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F&B LawCustomer Case Study

F&B Law, Austin, Texas

Company description

F&B Law is a Texas-based, full-service Intellectual Property (IP) law firm, whose main focus is IP litigation and counseling.


F&B Law use an IT service company to provide comprehensive IT support and handling service for them. Their messaging system is based on hosted Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 which fulfills tough security requirements of a law correspondence, but has some limitations as far as mobility and remote access are concerned. Due to the characteristics of their job, F&B attorneys often need to use their Exchange accounts when they are outside their offices. Mostly, they connect with their mailboxes by means of Active Sync and mobile phones. Unfortunately, these devices aren’t capable of syncing public Exchange calendars and contacts and that was their main concern.


Joshua Casario, the System Analyst responsible for resolving the problem of F&B Law made an in-depth analysis of solutions and quickly found CodeTwo Exchange Sync on the Web. In his opinion the synchronization features offered by CodeTwo Exchange Sync are strongly desired by many users and are a must-have for almost every company using mobile devices with Exchange Server. “It does what Microsoft should have included into Exchange 2007 and 2010 and probably will be a couple of years before they have the same type of product integrated“, says Joshua Casario.

After implementing CodeTwo Exchange Sync as a part of their hosted solution, F&B Law now use this program for:
• Syncing public Exchange contact list with mobile phones
• Synchronizing private schedules with public Exchange calendar via smartphone


Company name:F&B Law
Server type:Microsoft Exchange Server 2007
Number of servers:1
Problems:Viewing public calendars and contacts on mobile phones.
Solution/Product:CodeTwo Exchange Sync
Installation type:hosted Exchange
Installation time:1 day (with configuration)

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