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Is it possible to set up restrictions on Exchange 2007 for mail syncronization?

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Is it possible to set up restrictions on Exchange 2007 for mail syncronization to mobile phones so that only calendar and contacts are syncronized, and not mail?
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as far as I know, you can set it up in ActiveSync, where you select what to sync
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Thanks. It is a point to regulate it from the Exchange server, and not at the clients for security. Can this be done?
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You cannot control what is synchronised to the devices from the server.

Simon.
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