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I need to lock down my exchange server so that all but a few authorized users can not access their exchange email through their mobile device (Blackberry, Android, Windows Mobile etc).  I know where the setting was in Exchange 2003, however, things were moved in Exchange 2007.  Can someone please assist me in finding it?
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Run this powershell command to find ActivSync enabled users.

Get-CasMailbox -ResultSize Unlimited | Where{$_.ActiveSyncEnabled -eq $True}

To enable Activsync for a user,
get-casmailbox useralias | set-casmailbox -activsyncenabled $true

To disable,
get-casmailbox useralias | set-casmailbox -activsyncenabled $false

~ Anand
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This question has been classified as abandoned and is being closed as part of the Cleanup Program. See my comment at the end of the question for more details.
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