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Want to only enable user accounts during business hours but still get email after hours.

Posted on 2011-09-23
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I need to be able to lock down user accounts from 8pm-6am but still allow them to get email on their blackberrys or iphones.

How can i do this?  I think they are 3rd party apps the might allow this if I can't do it within AD.

thanks,
Brian
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If you lock down user accounts from AD they will not get any mails.
I am really not aware of tools which will allow mailflow even when the user account is locked in AD...
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to access mails the user will need to logon to the exchange server, so restricting logon hours on AD will surely block exchange access
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