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See What Outlook Version Users Are Using Via Exchange 2007

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We have some users that are using Outlook 2000 still and we need to find out which ones.  Is there a way from exchange 2007 mailbox server or cas server to figure out who is using an Outlook 2000 Client?
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Under Logons for the mailbox store, add the "Client Version" column.
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Get-LogonStatistics -database "databasename" | fl *client* >c:\logon.txt

review the logon.txt on C drive
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