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Exchange 2007 Mobile Users

Posted on 2009-05-20
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I need to query my Exchange 2007 mailboxes and show the users with mobile device's. How to accomplish this in power shell? I can issue get-casmailbox but this only show me the enabled mobile device, it doesn't show me the actual type or model of the mobile device.

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Try this

Get-ActiveSyncDeviceStatistics
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try:
Get-ActiveSyncDeviceStatistics -Mailbox <mailbox>

if gives you a whole load of properties:
DeviceFriendlyName
DeviceID
DeviceIMEI
DeviceModel
DeviceOS
DeviceOSLanguage
DevicePhoneNumber
DeviceType
DeviceUserAgent
DeviceWipeAckTime
DeviceWipeRequestTime
DeviceWipeSentTime
FirstSyncTime
Identity
LastPingHeartbeat
LastPolicyUpdateTime
LastSuccessSync
LastSyncAttemptTime
RecoveryPassword
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