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How can I lockdown the Mail Account settings so users can not change or add E-mail accounts. User only need to access Exchange Server 2003 and not any POP or HTTP accounts.  Thnaks
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Via Domian and/or Groupd Policy.  Restricting logon rights to a User level.  Or local Group Policy.
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