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Is it possible to disable Exchange 2003 OMA features by default for NEW users.

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Exchange 2003 SP2 installed on a Windows 2003 Server SP2 in a Active Directory Domain.

Is it possible to disable OMA features by default for NEW users when the accounts are created rather that manually selecting and disabling? Can be such a pain to have to modify 10-20 new users at a time. I know that this can be setup during new installations but, what about existing Exchange 2003 deployments.

The template method only works for the OWA, POP, And IMAP settings. OMA settings revert back to Enabled.
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you can use admodify to change the setting for all user.
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