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I have an exchange 2003 server runing as a fromt end server for 3 backend server. This front end server supplies both webmail and outlook mobiule access for 200 + users.

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Is there a way of showing with active users (Windows mobile device) are currently connected to the system ?
Is there a way of viewing what data the OMA server has transfered ?
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No way of knowing who is connected live. It is basically a web connection, so the most you can do is process the logs.
As OMA and Exchange ActiveSync are both IIS based then you can just use something to process the logs. I have used SmarterStats free to crunch the logs. However it will be total on the IIS server, so will include OWA, OMA, EAS etc.

Simon.
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