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Exchange 2003SP2 on win2003SP1 - simplest way to extract all mailbox users who have enabled activesync settings?

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hi experts,

for Exchange 2003SP2 on win2003SP1 - what is the simplest/quickest way to extract all mailbox users who have enabled activesync settings?

thanks!
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by:Will Szymkowski
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For Exchange 2003 you are going to want to use Exmerge to Export mailboxes to PST.

You can download it from the link below.
http://www.rackspace.com/apps/support/portal/6159

Will.
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hi experts,

actually my question is about how to list all users whom have enabled activesync in their properties in the simplest way instead of exporting mailboxes.
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i want to count the number of users who have enabled activesync.  thanks.
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by:Will Szymkowski
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This Exchange 2003 there is not an easy way to get this data. You will need to use Log Praser to gather this info. Take a look at the below link, from the Exchange Team blog which illustrates how to accomplish this.

http://blogs.technet.com/b/exchange/archive/2006/02/14/419562.aspx

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by:Gareth Gudger
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Hey meinreflection.

By default ActiveSync is enabled for all Exchange 2003 users unless they have been specifically disabled. Is this a question to find out who may have been disabled?

Or to benchmark the number of ActiveSync connections you get in say an hour? Because ActiveSync has performance counters in Performance Monitor.
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the link extracts active activesync users but not those have the activesync setting enabled.  

Our company previously have disabled all activesync for users due to company security policy.

now we need to check which users have the setting enabled.  i think i need to use VB script to search through AD for the activesync field and user account but i am not too familiar with that.
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Resolved the question myself.
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