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Exchange 2007 actiive sync, ipads, iphones

Posted on 2011-09-08
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Hi, if a user has a Exchange account and then we give them a iphone plus an ipad when they send or recivie and email which is 1MB will that count as 3MB cause they have extra devices.

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Yes each individual device will store the 1mb email, so a user with 3 activesync devices would create 3mb outbound mailflow
From the server side it will remain 1mb
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