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Want to limit what active sync devices can connect to mail

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I am running exchange 2007.  I would like to restrict what devices are allowed to use activesync to download mail onto their mobile email client.

Example: I have an iphone 5  with activesync email setup and it works great.  I get a new iphone 6. I should not be able to get activesync working on the 6 until the company has allowed this specific device.
I am not looking to block just all iphones or windows phones. I want to only allow devices that I know about whether its by mac address or serial number, etc.
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Thanks for the response.
This seems like it would be a lot of work to do this for 500 users right?
Any third party recommendations?
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For starters, you could check out:

http://www.maas360.com/products/mobile-device-management/

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