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How is SBS 2008 Enforcing Cached Exchange Mode on Outlook 2003 Clients and How Can I Stop It?

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We just completed a new server build with SBS 2008 Standard Ed. We connected all of the customer's PCs to the domain using http://connect and everything went as expected. This is around a 7-person office and they had lots of data they brought with them. including several large PST files from individual user's mailboxes. The PST files ranged in size by user from 500MB to upwards of 6GB. When we imported the data into Outlook, for the ones that were over 3GB we decided not to use Cached Exchange Mode. But, lo and behold, once Outlook gets restarted we're noticing that cached Exchange mode gets turned back on. We're assuming that this must be due to some type of policy enforcement, but we're scratching our heads as to where it's coming from. Anyone know?
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