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Exchange 2007 actiive sync

Posted on 2011-09-08
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Hi, is there a script to tell me how many users on Exchange 2007 that are using ipads and iphones.

Plus is there a script to tell me how many emails they get and how many emails they recivie on a daily bases.

Thank you
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