does OMA (Outlook Mobile Access) allow users to get email to their blackberries?

We run exchange 2003. We have a lot of issues with people pulling their work email into their personal blackberry's. I know it is convinient but being a school system their are a lot of legal issues that could happen with lost student information. If you disable OMA for a particular user in AD does that prevent a person from getting email to a mobile device?

unfortuantely we do not have a specific policy about getting email to your personal Blackberry.
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Alan HardistyCo-OwnerCommented:
If your users have a BIS account, you can configure them to access their mail by using Outlook Web Access (OWA) by specifying the FQDN for OWA when configuring the BIS account.
This works very well, assuming that you have OWA working properly of course!
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