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How do I list devices on Exchange Push email?

We have push email set up at work.  Exchange 2003 backend on our LAN, exchange 2007 front end in a dmz.

I can access the mobile admin and manage a device if I know who it belongs to.  Is there a way I can get a list of all devices that are partnered with Exchange for push email?
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endital1097Commented:
you can use the export-activesynclog cmdlet to export the iis logs to get a list of users and devices
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EricSimonsAuthor Commented:
endital1097,

Can you give me some direction in how to use this?  I'm not an exchange admin by any means.

Thanks!
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endital1097Commented:
this cmdlet will export the log into several csv files
there is a users.csv file that is created that shows all users and the device they connected with
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EricSimonsAuthor Commented:
I wasn't able to run that on command line tool on our Exchange 2003, but I believe this may be because it was an upgrade from NT.  That was before my time so I can't verify that.

However, it did get me thinking.  I was able to cat, find, sort, on some log files and come up with the unique logins.
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