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ExMon - Finding Version and Mode of Outlook

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Running ExMon on a Exchange 2010 Cas server, Windows 2008 -  I'm trying to find what the mode of Outlook users are in, Cached Exchange Mode or Online Mode.
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Thank you as I found my own solution to the issue I was experiencing.
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