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Exchange 2007 Cmdlet

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I am looking for an Exchange 2007 Cmdlet or other tool  that will return information that pertains to what version a client is using to access Exchange E-Mail.
We have Users accessing email from Outlook Exchange, Outlook Anywhere, and Outlook Web Access and I am looking for a report that will show the Username and mehod that they are using. In prior versions of exchange I was able to view this information but can find the solution in 2007. Thanks in advance for any information pertaining to this.
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