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IIS 7.5 Redirect / URL Rewrite to mobile version of website

I'm looking for an IIS solution (not programming) to redirect a website to a mobile version of the website. It looks like it might be possible, but not sure, with IIS Redirect or using IIS URL Rewrite ...
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How does 3G/Mobile phones get allocated an IP address? Does this mess with Google Analytics?

This question is in two parts. Q1. How does a mobile phone get an IP address over 3G? Like, would it get the same IP for a shortish period of time (Eg. 1 day, etc)? Because my phone is constantly ...
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How are cellphone IP addresses assigned?

When my cellphone accesses a website via the tower and its GPRS gateway, NAT ensures that the sites receive a public IP. Would all phones using a single tower have the same IP? If yes, then how can ...
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How can I test for a URLs existeance before redirecting to it?

I am using Apache's mod_rewrite to redirect mobile users to my mobile site based on their http_user_agent. However not all pages have a mobile equivalent. Also mobile pages end in .html and "full" ...
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How can I use apache to redirect users (based on user_agent and using mod_rewrite) to my mobile site only if a mobile pages exists.

I want to detect mobile users based on their user_agent. If a user is browsing the full version of the site and they have a certain user_agent, I want to redirect them (using mod_rewrite) to the ...
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Exchange server not serving mobile devices - how to troubleshoot?

Our exchange server has suddenly stopped serving mobile devices. Attempts to connect result in our ActiveSync server returning HTTP 500. It is serving outlook clients fine. Our server is Windows ...
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Serve different files for specific user agents using nginx

Using nginx, how do you serve different static files for different user agents? For example, if the current user is using an iPhone, they should be served mobile_index.html, whereas all other user ...