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hello.

when i right click a user account in exchange 2007, it does not list the option of "manage mobile device", nor is it in the action pane for any user.  i have the default policy in place.  i heard that it could be the msExchMobileMailboxFlags in the users container of asdi, but i can't find that anywhere.  please help.  this is urgent!
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adsiedit.msc... The setting is under the users CN. Change "msExchMobileMailboxFlags" value to "1" and the context menu
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ok, after i restarted the management console, and it showed up for the ceo only, but that's who i was fretting about.... his pda is my top priority.  however, it's not showing up for others.  could this be an autodiscovery thing?  i  thought it was for everyone by default.
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shouldn't have anything to do with autodiscover
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