disable outlook web access programatically on Exchange 2003 server

Posted on 2009-04-20
Last Modified: 2012-05-06
Hello Experts,
I have written a lot of AD code for custom development, Recently, I have been asked to disable OWA on individual accounts.  Many small customers do not have an administrator on site.  Thus, I have built a web based admin utility to do almost everything.  I can even disable OWA on Exchange 2007.  However, I have not done this on Exchange 2003.  Does anyone have a snippet of code for this purpose?

Question by:wjolson
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    Thanks.  I suppose I could have looked around a bit more and not narrowed my scope to only C#; hopefully, I can convert the VB script without running into too many gaps.

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