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Exchange ActiveSync: Powershell Script, List of Users

Posted on 2015-01-29
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Good afternoon all,

I want to run a script using Powershell that pulls information about which mailboxes have the Exchange ActiveSync feature enabled rather than the devices that are connected using EAS. Right now I got a list with all the devices that use ActiveSync but I am interested to know which users are using EAS.

I've not been able to find what field gets that information.

Do you have any ideas?
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Will Szymkowski earned 2000 total points
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Pretty straightforward. Use the below command to accomplish this...

Get-Mailbox -ResultSize "unlimited" | Get-CASMailbox | ? {$_.ActiveSyncEnabled -eq "true"} | select DisplayName, ActiveSyncEnabled

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