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Any way to find out whose Outlook is in Cache Mode from the Exchange Server

I have an Exchange 2003 Server (running on Windows Server 2003) with Outlook 2007 as clients.
Is there anyway I can check which user has his/her Outlook setup in 'Cache Mode' from the Exchange Server?
(I know from Outlook itself.)

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Asgar2
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Tony GiangrecoCommented:
I think this option is only viewable from the workstation. There may be a GPO you can set to specify cached or not cached.
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nwgservicesCommented:
Hey There,

I think this is possible, please check out what i found here

Sure thing Get-LogonStatistics “UserName” | FL Name, ClientName, ClientMode

mode = 0/1/2 0 = 'unknown' and seems to indicate pre-Outlook 2003 or some other clients like blackberry. 1 = Online mode 2 = Cached mode

Hope this helps !
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nwgservicesCommented:
Hello Asgar2,
I was wondering if my suggestion was helpful in any way.

Kind regards,
NWGServices
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Asgar2Author Commented:
nwgservices,

I am not familiar with this program.
Is this a command-line program part of Exchange?
I Googled it and couldn't find much info.

Thank you for your help.
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nwgservicesCommented:
Hey There Asgar2,

I am sorry this is a exchagne 2007 powershell option and therefor not usefull for you.

Kind regards,

NWGservices.
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