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Running Exchange 6.5 SP II on SBS 2k3.  I have a user with a Treo 700w that I dont want to be able to sync to exchange server.  I have disabled the Mobile Services on the users account(outlook mobile access, user initiated synchronization, up-to-date notifications) but the user is still able to recieves message,sync calendar and contacts.

Am I missing something?
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It will take approximately 24 hours for these settings to propagate through the Exchange server.  If you need to immediately stop this from happening you can actually wipe out the phone settings remotely with the Microsoft Exchange Server ActiveSync Web Administration Tool.

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=e6851d23-d145-4dbf-a2cc-e0b4c6301453&DisplayLang=en

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