At our recent Technet Event in Manchester we asked customers to submit questions via SMS.  Some of them we ran out of time to answer so I offered to answer them and submit to my blog...

For those that attended - remember to complete the feedback form when you get the email :)

Q. Ref the exchange server front end/back end setup is this the same version of exchange 2003 or is the front end enterprise edition ? 
A. Yes it is - you just need to ensure the Front End is running Service Pack 2
Q. Are LCS licenses per user or per device? If you had license for use on desktop, would you need additional license for win mobile device?
A. If you have a CAL for Live Communication Server then the Mobile client is at no extra cost - 
Q. Is it possible 2 deploy active sync 2 pc where user is not an admin using sms & pc may have older active sync
A. Yes - Activesync 4.0 allows this.
Q. Does ms have sms server support
A. Yes we do - it's the Device Management Feature Pack - 
Q. Do u require any CAL's/mailboxes 4 the front end server.
A. No you do not.
Q. Will microsoft produce 'mobile GP' for the mobile 5 enviroment via AD 
A. Maybe in the future …. Today - try 
Q. Are microsoft going to add any mobile functionality like group policy to mobile 5 so menus and tools are restricted
A. Try Trust Digital or Credant who have solutions for this today!
Q. Can the email sync support encrypted email
A. Yes - we have support for S/MIME
Q. I can build pda applications which are flexible enough to be upgraded remotely but what features are there in windows mobile 5 to upgrade or patch it?
A. In Windows Mobile 5 - we have a feature called Image Update which can provide the ability to update the ROM on the device without affecting apps or data
Q. If u have a tablet can u use activesync4 and a 3g card to get push mail?
A. Yes - but you use RPC/HTTP not Activesync 
Q. Can you download your signature block from your outlook - I have had to rewrite mine on this device
A. No there isn't I'm afraid :(