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IMIE configuration with Exchange Email account

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IMIE configuration with Exchange email account, respective mobile only get the email access. (this can be achieved without any down time)

Can any one help me how to achieve it in exchange 2007 as well as exchange 2010
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by:Simon Butler (Sembee)
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IMIE? Do you mean IMAP?

Or IMEI - as in the mobile phone identifier?

Simon.
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by:jayz82in
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Hey Simon,

Yes its IMEI as in the mobile phone identifier?
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by:Simon Butler (Sembee)
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What exactly do you want to configure?
That information is usually passed to Exchange from the device - IF it supports it. It isn't anything that you can configure on the server.

Simon.
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by:jayz82in
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Hey Simon,

Thanks for your reply,  

What my customer is expecting IMEI configuration with Exchange email account, respective mobile only get the email access. if he used his mail account to be configure on  on some other mobile device with different IMEI no. then he should not be allowed, is there any possibility of configuring such rule in exchange or any other secure configuration with ref to IMEI?,

Also can you  provide me some doc or screenshot exchange active sync to understand it better so that i can explain the same.
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