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How to disable active sync on Exchange 2012 for a user

Is there a setting or a script or a technique that I could use to disable active sync for an Exchange 2010 user or database of users?  

I have all the users who should use active sync assigned to a specify active sync policy. Everyone else is using the default active sync policy but I can't find a policy setting that block e-mail to phones using that policy.

I don't want to retrieve the device id for each phone and assign it to a specific user at this time. I hope that is not the only way to do this.
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Simon Butler (Sembee)

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