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Is there a way to change the default message that comes up when connecting a phone or tablet to exchange server 2010. Currently it has the default message. Our Attorney wants the message to be more detailed.
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Simon Butler (Sembee) earned 500 total points
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No, because it doesn't come from Exchange. It comes from the device. That is why you will find it is different depending on the device.

The best option here is to quarantine all new ActiveSync attempts, then get the more detailed message that the lawyer wants sent to the user in email. When they have said they have read it, allow the device to connect.

Simon.
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