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Is there an easy to way to check if outlook web access is enabled for your 2013 server and which users can use owa and for whom the owa service is disabled ideally a shell command written to csv... i am guessing you can permit owa for some users and not for others ?
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When you install Exchange 2013 OWA is enabled by default. You can use the below shell command to get all of the users that are disabled.

Get-Mailbox -ResultSize "unlimited" | Get-CASMailbox | select DisplayName, OWAEnabled | Export-CSV "c:\OWADisabled.csv"

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