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How to use mobile devices in MOSS2007?

Posted By:      Posted Date: August 30, 2010    Points: 0   Category :SharePoint
Hi, I implemented MOSS2007 site which is having some OOB functionality and some Visual Studio Customization including Web parts and features. Requirement is that when the MOSS site open on Mobile, some of parts should not be displayed. I would like to know below things (1) How to make MOSS site available on mobile? (2) How to restrict some part of my custom Visual Studio Web part when site open on mobile?  

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