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Is there a way for me to disable users from using email apps (ex Outlook for iOS, CloudMagic) on their mobile devices to connect to our on-premise Exchange 2013 server via Powershell?  Thanks!
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Simon Butler (Sembee) earned 500 total points
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The only option you have is to disable ActiveSync or have Exchange quarantine every connection attempt and you approve/deny them.
App control is not something Exchange can do.
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Thanks Simon. We only block ActiveSync from users that are not authorized for use.  Will look into how Exchange quarantines connections so that we can block 3rd party apps being able to connect to our server.
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