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Hi Experts,

We have a standard AD2003 environment with Exchange 2003 Front and Back-end.
Some users seem to be using iPhone and configuring ActiveSync, which is OK but I want to be able to administer those devices.
Is there any way for me to have a list of ActiveSync users?

I installed the MobileAdmin on the Front -end, and I can search for a device but am unable to have the list.

Thanks in advance.
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