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Creating a receive location involves specifying an address at which inbound messages arrive and the messaging pipeline that processes the message received at that address. Both solutions developers and administrators can create and enable receive locations. The following list describes how solutions developers and administrators work with receive locations:

Changes to receive location properties happen sequentially. For example, if users change the Start date property of a receive location in the following order:

Additionally, an administrator uses the BizTalk Administration console to set global properties for all receive handlers for a specific adapter. A solutions developer can use BizTalk Explorer to change property values for a specific receive location. If a solutions developer modifies a property value for a specific receive location, the new property value overrides the global property value for that receive location that the administrator set in the BizTalk Administration console.

Enable locator for facebook on iphone

One of the great new features of Microsoft Lync 2010 is the ability for users to show their geographic location in their client, including the ability to have it auto-detected based on their network information. The ability for Lync to autodetect a users location is a whole feature set onto itself which utilizes the new Location Information Server (LIS) , and I’ll cover that in a future blog entry. This post focused on the ability for the user to manually set their location.

If you have just deployed the Lync Server 2010 RC in a lab, and are running the Lync client on a virtual image, you’ll notice the ability to set your location is disabled as circled in red in the picture below:

Before you start modifying your Location Policies in an attempt to enable this functionality, know that the location cannot be set when Lync is running in a Remote Desktop session – the case if you are running on a virtual image.

Creating a receive location involves specifying an address at which inbound messages arrive and the messaging pipeline that processes the message received at that address. Both solutions developers and administrators can create and enable receive locations. The following list describes how solutions developers and administrators work with receive locations:

Changes to receive location properties happen sequentially. For example, if users change the Start date property of a receive location in the following order:

Additionally, an administrator uses the BizTalk Administration console to set global properties for all receive handlers for a specific adapter. A solutions developer can use BizTalk Explorer to change property values for a specific receive location. If a solutions developer modifies a property value for a specific receive location, the new property value overrides the global property value for that receive location that the administrator set in the BizTalk Administration console.

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One of the great new additions to Facebook® for BlackBerry® smartphones 1.9 is the ability to let your friends know where you are using Facebook Places . Want your friends to meet you for sushi? Using this new feature, you can easily check in and tell them where you are!

But before you get started, there are a few simple steps that you’ll need to take to properly allow the application to find your location and check you in to your favorite Places.